funny poem about cellphones

Tech Republic.com

The fact that so much data is collected through a wearable device, such as an activity tracker, a smartwatch, or a pulse tracker, means that there are tangible risks involved, according to Conan Dooley, a senior security engineer with Box, and previously a senior security analyst with Bishop Fox.

While you’re earnestly tracking your fitness,‬
‪Your wristband may be “bearing witness.”‬

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The Wall Street Journal – November 25, 2017

For all the  problems technology solves it seems to complicate our lives, so much so that a growing category of the industry is dedicated to simplify it.  The biggest offender is smartphones.

 

“Useful but simple” should be the goal.

(Plus a modicum of SELF-control.)

 

 

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The Wall Street Journal – October 7–8 2017

Our devices have an unprecedented grip on our attention – and research suggests that as we grow more dependent on them, our intellects weaken.

If we “outplace” our thinking, it’s not surprising,

That our brains really miss exercising.

 

 

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The Wall Street Journal – August 21, 2017

At least for the short term, smiling at your phone every morning will be far safer than punching in the same password over and over.

Passwords will be gone without a trace,

When everything “is in your face.

 

 

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