People in their 20's might have a difficult time imagining a world where all the information is not at their fingertips. Here's a news report that shows just how much technology has changed our lives during the past 30-plus years.
Friday is always a busy day there is a lot to get done before we head into the weekend. Then it happens, the internet goes down. This happened last week here at work and we were all walking around going, "now what do we do"?
When something is so entrenched in our daily lives, it’s often hard to remember a time when it wasn’t ubiquitous. Such was the internet in 1995.
In this archival clip from MTV — which celebrates its 30th birthday on August 1st — Kurt Loder gives us a primer on what exactly the internet is and how it’s being used, with stars like Sandra Bullock, Dave Matthews and Coolio weighing in.
A new study conducted by Ofcom indicates that smart phones are gaining on tv as the most popular media for young people.
And that also holds true for adults.
According to the survey 28 percent of 16 to 24 year olds said they would miss their phone more than tv...or the internet. Of course the phone lets you surf the net, so I'm not sure if that was taken into account.