The Wrong Target

There has been much discussion about Gen Z as a demographic, and its widespread familiarity and use of technology—specifically the internet. Like others, we’ve written at length about the distinguishing characteristics that Gen Z exhibits. We’ve pointed out that Gen … Read More

“Humane” Technologies

  When the internet was first introduced, users sat in awe at the innovation that it presented. It was a communications platform and a distribution method for information and data. The world wide web took something that previously traveled through … Read More

Cultivating Happiness

As our lives are increasingly busier and more stressful, the need for a broader sense of self is becoming a hot button topic. How can we juggle work and personal interests/hobbies while maintaining the right level of self-care? With the … Read More

The Expansion of VR

Most people immediately think of gaming when they imagine virtual reality (VR). Technology is continuously progressing and the actual reality is VR is finding more application across a variety of industries. The immersive experiences associated with VR are advancing sports, … Read More

Millennials Are Changing Their Story Through Self-Improvement

The internet has often been a brutal place for Millennials, continually reminding them of their inadequacies and shortcomings compared to their peers and the generations that came before them. They often get a bad rap for their perceived laziness, entitlement … Read More

The New Inspirational Muses of Fashion and Beauty

Who are we looking up to as the ideal image of beauty? … Read More

Death is Only The Beginning

The conversation about death is changing, and so is with how we prepare for it. … Read More

Tagging Your Favorite Teachers

As we wrap up teacher appreciation week (yes, this week was teacher appreciation week fyi), I’d like to give kudos to this lovely campaign that uses tagging to express gratitude to your favorite teacher. It’s Facebook based, and teach.com uploaded … Read More

Marriage Is No Longer The Norm

The new census 2010 figures are out, and for the first time since they began tabulating family data in 1940, there are more un-wed couples in the USA than married couples. Households with husband-wife couples has now fallen below 50 … Read More

No Room At The Inn

A family in England are offering their donkey’s stable for people wanting to experience the “true meaning of Christmas“. For £12 a night during this holiday season people can bed down with Buggins the donkey and, by the looks of … Read More