How The Digital Age Is Developing A Lazy Unmotivated Workforce

Instant technology has become too much of a convenience, this to the point that most won’t leave their smartphones for more than a few minutes. Some will now even take it into their shower, wrapped in a plastic bag so they won’t miss a single text or call, so they won’t miss an Instagram update.

It’s now been close to 30 years, since the world was been introduced to the first home based personal computer, which was small and somewhat affordable to own. Today, this along with the Internet and …

7 Potential Vision Loss Issues For The Aging

Our vision is arguably our most precious gift, the wonder that is sight, but we often take it for granted. Being able to see, is what we rely on the most in our everyday living. Without it, almost everything is impossible to do, such as drive a car, read this article, or see the faces of our loved ones.

What’s known is there are a variety of eye issues that can rob us of our vision, especially once growing older. So it becomes important to know what they are, this …

9 Ways How Mankind Is Progressing Forward

After the Industrial Revolution, the world as we know it began to rapidly change. Over the past century, the outlook of our lovely green planet remained somewhat predictable. But today, the future of mankind has become increasingly unknown.

The constant state of tension we feel, the scarcity of resources, threat of war, does is forces all to think we’re living on borrowed time. What’s known, is we can destroy our civilization with a push of a button.

But yet we still exist, while preferring to see the future in a …

A Crash Course On The Origins Of The Internet How It Was Born

The Internet and wireless access today, is considered a mandatory staple, and taken completely for granted. The original concept of the Internet, its beginnings, can be traced back to the collective efforts of a variety of individuals, from around the globe.

The concept of electronic communication between devices, began back in the late 1960s, when the U.S. military was wanting to create a network of computers, that were able to somehow talk to each other. This network, was known as ARPANET. Fast forward to the mid 1980s, where the National …

The Real Dangers Of The Brain Exposed To Digital Screen Time

The latest hazard of the technological age, is how it damages the brain. This especially in the young, where it has a detrimental effect, because of excess exposure to “blue” digital screens. What it does is throws off ones body clock, which creates stress while disrupting brain chemistry.

What’s known for certain, is that this constant exposure, can do is cause damage to the brain’s frontal lobe. What the constant flickering screen does is creates havoc, confusion, headaches, and develops poor eyesight. Since the neck is also in a constant …