Ryan got a pretty cool wrist phone for his birthday. Yes a phone that he wears on his wrist. If you told me even two years ago that my six year old would have a phone that he could wear as a watch, I would have said you were nuts.
Jenn and I try to have some balance when it comes to electronics out at a restaurant. Ryan is 5 and making him engage in conversation at times can be challenging. But I can't stand when we go out and the restaurant has a tablet at the table when we sit down.
I like my privacy. I don't really have anything in particular that I need to hide from people but I just feel uncomfortable with people knowing what I'm doing and where I am all of the time. I have my phone for that and even that freaks me out a bit.
Over the weekend, we were out and about a lot. We went everywhere, from a trampoline place, to shopping then to having lunch at a restaurant. Everywhere we went, it seemed like everyone was living through their phones.
The future is coming at us in leaps and bounds my friends, the things I am about to show you available in the Tesla Model S P85D will one day be much more commonplace and much much cheaper. This car can park itself at the store, park and unpark itself in the garage (including opening and closin…
There is something so charming about this video, perhaps because the whole time I watched it I thought "Oh my God , this could totally be my Father in Law!" It got me thinking it could anyone's Dad simply having a great time with technology even though he has no idea how…
You know these "smart cars" that everyone seems to be blabbing about these days? You know the ones --they have internet built in and can keep track of vehicles systems etc? Well this little gizmo will bring your jalopy right up-to-date.