Though I can troll Instagram with the best of ‘em, I am mostly technologically illiterate. Which is a-okay by me, because it basically makes all the cool developments that are forever taking place in our fast-paced, high tech world feel
Millennials aren’t necessarily known as being the best communicators. Growing up in a digital world, people in my generation find it easier to send an email than pick up the phone (guilty of this), are more comfortable behind a screen
If you know me, you know that I am obsessed with Halloween. I spend hours brainstorming multiple costumes to wear to each planned festivity and I pride myself in never having bought a costume. That’s right, you heard it! Never.
If you haven’t seen the lines of people huddled outside of Apple stores anxiously awaiting the arrival of their new phone – or at least photos of these people – then I’m not sure where you’ve been hiding. Lately it
Unicode Consortium, the company behind the standards of text’s appearance in software, introduced roughly 270 new emojis this month. You know, the funny little shapes that allow us to communicate messages like “crystal ball, dragon, ice cream cone” and expect
Modern adaptations of classic stories usually suck. Sorry, but I’m just not interested in sitting through a performance of Romeo and Juliet set in 2014 Brooklyn. That said, sometimes, with a few tweaks here and there, we get a story