“It is not what technology does to us, it is what we do to technology. Used skillfully, it can improve and enhance our lives beyond our wildest imagination. Used unskillfully, it can leave us feeling lonely, isolated, agitated, and overwhelmed. Get smart with technology, choose wisely, and use it in a way that benefits both you and those around you.” ~Andy Puddicombe

Our smartphones are a wealth of information at the tip of our fingers. This begs the question, are smartphones making us stupid? They help us find directions to new restaurants. They offer information about the places we want to visit. Smartphones can also instantly answer any question about whatever inquiry fills the mind.

Scientists in Germany have opened doors in the realm of renewable energy and solar experimentation. Using a 50-foot structure and 149 industrial-grade spotlights, Kai Wieghardt and his team have created “Synlight,” the “world’s largest artificial sun.”

You may have been preyed upon by an energy vampire and have not been aware as it was happening as others are feeding off of your energy. This can and does often occur as a direct result from your emotional reactions.

(ANTIMEDIA) Japan — In a testament to how strange life has truly become in the digital age, the media is now reporting that a company in Japan is offering a new, highly specialized service — renting people out as fake friends for photos to be uploaded on social media with the advertised purpose of making customers look better online.

The Bike Washing Machine encourages you to conserve energy and get fit while completing household tasks. Chores, chores, chores. Some days, it feels like the list is never-ending, and the motivation to accomplish the mundane tasks depleted.