Smart meters (which transmit data about our personal energy consumption at home) are becoming incredibly common throughout the world. Do the potential environmental advantages of these devices outweigh the potential risks?
Most people are chained to a desk or at least a physical building, for 8 to 10 hours a day. But, there’s a small subsection of society that’s nomadic – telecommuting to work. They travel and work from anywhere and everywhere. What’s life like for these people?
Genealogy has become a hobby for some people, but forensic genealogy requires a professional since it can have legal ramifications.
In an increasingly connected world, there are still pockets that have yet to see widespread telecommunication infrastructure.
We have all climbed onto Google and done a search for items that interest us. What we might not have known, is how intensive and invasive Google’s searches are on us. Sometimes they go a little too far and get their tail feathers burned. What we might not know about this quiet giant is how […]
The world is an open garden, with long distance love on the rise. While LDR’s are known to be very difficult, we live in a time when technology can make any distance feel a little bit smaller.
“Communities are built not just on close friendships and family relationships, but on the small, everyday social interactions that take place in public spaces,” writes Andrea K. Paterson. “I worry that these social interactions are going extinct and discuss why they are important to the fabric of community.”
With the pirates and ninjas of the world becoming a tiresome meme, Mike Vardy is bringing barbarians back — and he needs your help.
Life As A Human has posted our 1000th article and our readership has continued to grow. We’re one of the top-read sites in North America…and we’re aiming for readers everywhere on the globe.
This insightful article from Yes! Magazine explores how online activism can help us understand how real change is made.