Wisdom.Applied Wednesday: Fortunes, Failures and Modern Mobile Phones

Fifty-six percent of Americans carry around phones with more computing power than the machines used to send men to the moon in 1969. Technology has seeped into every aspect and element of our lives as it progresses to be more efficient, smaller and more users friendly. Marketers have found countless ways to fit emerging technology […]

Throwback Thursday: From Typewriters to Tamagotchis

I’m a recent convert to team iPhone. I’m not saying that my experiences with iOS haven’t changed my life, but the constant access to and dependence on my smartphone makes me long for the good old days when communication between friends was passing notes in class or a face-to-face conversation—not iMessaging and tweeting at each […]

Two for Tuesday: 21st Century Smartwatches

I’m not humble bragging when I say I’m a rare millennial who prefers talking on my phone over emailing and texting, reading from a book rather than on my iPad and wearing a watch every day—no matter what. My wristwatch fixation is part fashion, part function. Either way, it completes me, but society has seemingly […]

Throwback Thursday: ’70s State of the Art Technology

It’s Throwback Thursday here at Our Space, and guess what, I am writing about technology. Again. How does this happen? It seems statistically unlikely that the two times in a month that I post, I am allotted the same topic. It’s like a cruel joke. Nevertheless, let me start by confessing that I have not […]

Wednesdays without Will: iOS 7 and the Extreme Phone Makeover

iPhone, iPad and Apple people, do we have a Wednesdays without Will for you. Android and Microsoft employees, I mean, Windows phone users—sorry, this doesn’t concern you. Today, Apple released iOS 7, the long awaited, much anticipated radical Apple software update. Like Jennifer said last week, “update” doesn’t seem to cut it when talking about […]

Two Apps for Tuesday

Time for a Vine Last month, the Twitter-owned Vine app claimed the number one free Apple iOS app spot. Today, the iOS-exclusive app still sits pretty at number four. It took six months for the video sharing app to get there, but given its popularity especially on Twitter, this app has staying power (it hasn’t […]