Technology

The Wall Street Journal – August 22, 2017

A small but growing number of cyber security experts warn that we are a few keystrokes away from a dystopian world with no lights, running water or modern communications.

A dystopian vision that’s bomb-free and fireless ,

Launched by malicious hackers and wireless.

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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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The Wall Steet Journal August 15, 2017

Of course, it’s nice to keep up with my friends and family members are doing. But, a body of research shows that all these photos – and the implicit pressure to look at them – can harm relationships, causing envy, ” resentment and even depression.

Think before you share.

DO THEY REALLY CARE?

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The Wall Street Journal – August 3, 2017

Companies are racing to develop ‘collaborative’ robots, which are relatively cheap and can boost employee’s productivity.Robots working with humans: an innovation.Robots working with humans: an innovation.

Robots working with humans: an innovation.

(Just do not expect much conversation.)

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The Wall Street Journal – June 6, 2017

As some men fever a less – formal look, clothiers are coming up with collars that can stand on their own and look stylish, not sloppy.

“Less formal” in its steady march,
Seeks collars with no droop, no starch.

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