Will Smart Tech Affect Our Decision Making Skills?

Should we fear the intelligence of our smart devices? They already make basic decisions for us, so where does it leave us in the future? Will we evolve to become dumber as a species? And if we become stupider, does it mean that Terminator machines will become a likely reality? Recently, those questions were onContinue reading “Will Smart Tech Affect Our Decision Making Skills?”

How Technology Has Changed How We Communicate

How often have you sent an urgent text and impatiently waited for a reply? Texting etiquette says we should respond within a few hours at most – assuming we didn’t (gasp) forget our phone at home. Technology has changed the way we communicate, from the speed of communication to the quality of communication. Gone areContinue reading “How Technology Has Changed How We Communicate”

Why Is Editing Important?

If you do any writing for your job or business, you need to read this. Editing is an important step in the writing process, and it’s more than checking for typos. A lot more because of what’s at stake. Editing can prevent the awkward situations that result from typos, and it can prevent confusion fromContinue reading “Why Is Editing Important?”

4 Tips to Overcome Book Writing Obstacles

These days, writing a book has become more popular than before: People write books as a way to promote their business. Self-publishing has made it easier to share your story. But it’s easier to start a book than to finish it, as many people have discovered. According to the internet, a staggering 97% of peopleContinue reading “4 Tips to Overcome Book Writing Obstacles”

Insights from Famous Writers: Robert Frost

From the poem “The Road Not Taken”: I shall be telling this with a sighSomewhere ages and ages hence:Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by,And that has made all the difference. How often do we think about the choice we didn’t make and what could have happened? HowContinue reading “Insights from Famous Writers: Robert Frost”