The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Links to three articles that discuss our relationship with technology, language, and storytelling.
So I was thinking that perhaps it was the phone's fault for me being online all the time. Then I remembered I was one of about five people that used to stay in the college computer lab - yeah I'm that old - until 4am almost every night. I was definitely one of the few
When a PR representative recently offered me the opportunity to review the new Sony VAIO S Series laptop, I was hesitant. But I realized that it would be a great opportunity to compare my previous Sony VAIO experience with my new one, as well as compare the two laptops to my relatively new MacBook Pro.
I am no stranger to writing about technology on this blog. While MissAdventures started out as a sort of diary-cum-travelogue, it has evolved to include all sorts of interests and life events - writing, parenting, social media, gadgets, men, apps, clothing, and even baseball. One of the most popular posts I've ever written on here
Harold Cooper, the man behind extendny.com, has given all of us who've ever wanted to have a New York City address a reason to celebrate. This fun little application uses the Google Maps API to extend the Manhattan grid to anywhere in the world. I'm not exactly sure how it works, but I do know
Update Attention Readers: This post is severely out of date! It refers to the original Kindle, which I did, indeed, return. Three years later, I have purchased an 8GB, 7" Kindle Fire (primarily for my son). A review of that gadget is possibly forthcoming; I will not be returning it. If you'd like to know