We encounter so many notifications. And we touch our phones 2,617 times a day — how crazy is that? So the last thing we need is stuff like this:
A piece written in 2013 by Science Daily suggests that 90% of the world’s data was generated between 2011 and 2013.
Is this really surprising? Given that the amount of information we receive in a week equals the amount of information we used to receive in a year, I would argue not (Hugh’s data here, dating back to 2014).
… way, I could get ready for school and pop down the road to the bus stop, cranking my CD of choice. It was probably ska punk. (And I’m not embarrassed by that in the slightest).
… will always fight. It’s human nature to become annoyed at the person you spend all your time with. It’s also easy to take out your anger and frustration about other areas of your life on them.
I started watching A New Hope, and I began to worry. I quickly realized that these movies had changed for me. I watched Luke as Beru, Owen, Obi-Wan, and Biggs died. I watched Leia as her planet — home, friends…