Going nowhere fast?

Going nowhere fast?

Studies show that even under perfect driving conditions, speeding over short distances leads to marginal savings in getting to your destination. Add a few traffic lights, a couple of curves, a bit of traffic or weather, and the time-saving benefits taper down to little or none.

The new essential device for healthcare

The new essential device for healthcare

Last week, I had a scare.

It was late afternoon and I had just picked my daughter up from preschool. As I helped her get buckled into her carseat, I rested my phone on the roof of the car — just for a second — to free up my hands. Fast-forward about five minutes into our journey, and I remembered with a jolt — the phone was still on the roof of the (now moving) car! My mind raced: Had I heard a thud? Was the phone now strewn across the road in a million pieces, smashed by a two-ton truck? Panicked, I looked for a safe spot to pull over.

A Definite Maybe to the Future

A Definite Maybe to the Future

The fact that humans use machines is old news. Even as far back 4,500 years ago, the pyramids were built with the aid of machines; likewise, airplanes, excavators, and sewing machines didn’t just appear out of thin air. People have always developed certain ‘relationships’ with their machines out of necessity; otherwise, they wouldn’t have been able to use them.