“My oldest, who is 9, exclaimed “that’s a computer?!” in genuine surprise, and then pointed at the floppy drives and asked “what are those?” My younger twins just kept laughing at how silly it seemed to them.”
If you do your homework before attempting to make the switch, the transition should go much smoother with fewer “surprises.”
Media multitasking not only makes us prone to errors, but according to a new study, it can also negatively affect our approach to social situations.
The average office worker sends about 40 work emails a day and receives about 120. The way we end those emails sends a message, and it’s not always a good one.
Were you eager to make your computer run faster before really understanding what all the tools and settings meant, making things worse? You’re not alone. The Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn breaks it down.
A new study suggests that it’s not only what you read, but how you read it that matters.
For many people, face-to-face conversation is intimidating. Conversing online and in text form is often easier than looking into someone\’s eyes. But being comfortable in conversation can do more than help alleviate awkward social situations — it can help with job interviews, public speaking and dating. Now, a computer program is helping out.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.