It always seems like the time when you need WiFi the most is the time your WiFi will crash. It's just when you need to call a friend via WiFi, just when you need to send over an important document, just when you need to get those directions to the restaurant for your first date.
Did you ever have a moment where you got fed up with having to sort through all the minute details of life on your own? Maybe it was trying to yell at Alexa to dim the lights one too many times, or remembering to go online to order your favorite energy drink. Or, maybe it was something as simple as trying to unlock your home's smart lock without any luck.
I am a native Baltimorean, born in the maternity ward at Johns Hopkins Bayview. If you don't think that's a word, you're wrong, because we are very proud of our home city and we are very much Baltimoreans.
Children are now exposed to more screen time than ever before, and studies have shown that it can be detrimental to their development. They watch TV, they poke around on tablets, they play Xbox games—and really, does any of that actually do anything beneficial for them?
I'm 4'11" and it is not fun. Being short is hard—I wore heels on the day I got my driver's license so I could say I was 5'0" on record. It wasn't my finest moment, but I'm still that short, so I don't regret it.
Having children today is not the same as it once was. Today's world is more competitive, more technologically-advanced, and far more difficult than it once was. Children who aren't given proper technical education become adults who may not be able to get into college, or even find employment.
It may sound a little spoiled, but it's true. Aesthetics are important for everything from products to packaging. For the most part, we have everything we need, so if a company wants to make their product stand out, they need to make it look good. All of my creative friends who hesitantly majored in graphic design have good jobs. No one thought all the nerdy artists would find jobs, but with the growing need for good design—surprise! They've all found work.
Once upon a time, thermal imaging cameras were reserved for high-stakes military operations and large technology companies. In today's day and age however, with advancements in the technology, you can own a powerful thermal imager that connects easily to your phone or tablet, allowing you to investigate potential problems around the house or areas for improvement in your home, just by pointing your smartphone camera. Sure, if you’re a renter with a great relationship with a prompt and courteous landlord, there may be little to no reason to invest in thermal cameras for your smartphone. Frankly though, does such a relationship really exist? So for any homeowner or conscientious renter who wants to make their life infinitely easier, it might be time to consider the FLIR ONE Mobile Thermal Imaging Camera.
If there's one thing we've all learned to love, it's the invention of the smart home. Smart home AI devices like Alexa let us set the mood in our houses, let us save money on energy expenditures, and even help us make sure we arrive home to a hot meal.