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The Future is Now

The Future is Now

Approaching the worlds of tomorrow one advancement at a time. What's next? And what will it do?

  • Daisy Rowley
    Published about a year ago
    3 Technologies that Will (Maybe) Play Crucial Roles in Humanity's Future

    3 Technologies that Will (Maybe) Play Crucial Roles in Humanity's Future

    Think about it: for millions of years, humanity's existence was filled with struggles: for survival, for social change, for dominance, and also for science. However, never before has science and technology had such dire significance for humanity.
  • Joseph D. N. Kendrick
    Published 2 years ago
    10 Ways the Internet Is Changing Right Before Your Eyes

    10 Ways the Internet Is Changing Right Before Your Eyes

    I don't think anyone would try to argue that the internet has done more harm than good for humanity. The internet has completely revolutionized the way we live and access vital information, and it has come with its fair share of consequences, both positive and negative. Every day, the ways the internet is changing right before our eyes evolves and changes, affecting all of us as well.
  • Andrej Kovacevic
    Published 2 years ago
    The Old-School Tech that Could Enable Fiber Optic Broadband Expansion

    The Old-School Tech that Could Enable Fiber Optic Broadband Expansion

    All around the world, private industry and government agencies are racing to expand the availability of high-speed internet access to as many communities as possible. They're doing it because they've recognized that in the digital age, broadband internet access is as valuable to an economy as steam power and electricity were to the economies of the industrial revolution. As we head further into a future that's certain to be filled with Internet of Things (IoT) devices and autonomous vehicles and the like, the need for a robust and reliable internet infrastructure will only become more acute.
  • Felix Martinez
    Published 2 years ago
    A Theory of Wireless Electricity

    A Theory of Wireless Electricity

    We discuss the revitalization and development of wireless electricity technologies within our generation. The goal is to show that society is developing wireless technology cautiously and ethically as opposed to the blind pursuit of technology demonstrated by our past. We achieve this goal by examining the various power generating and consumer electronics applications in use or planned use, by developed nations. We reviewed the concept of wireless electricity against the following areas: political and legal issues, economics, psychology and sociology, culture and the media, environmental implications, morality, and ethics.
  • Stefan Robertson
    Published 2 years ago
    Wonder-Materials

    Wonder-Materials

    Few disclaimers: this article and the facts/opinions discussed are based off of my own research and discoveries. I am not at all an expert on these materials like the scientists in the respective R&D companies. I hope you enjoy my writing.
  • Alfred Taerz
    Published 2 years ago
    Free TV Apps That Could Replace Your Cable Bill

    Free TV Apps That Could Replace Your Cable Bill

    It's the new cable: more channels and no monthly bill! The next step in televised entertainment, much like how music has been revolutionized with streaming, comes a whole new way of watching movies and TV on your mobile device. While not every streaming service is free, nor does every app boast a massive list of titles to choose from, there's still no shortage of possibilities or content when it comes to the digital broadband network. While television sets themselves may not be gone for a long while, how we actually view those sets, thanks to smart applications, widgets, and the like, has slowly moved into a time that disallows for cable and harkens on the objectivity of watching whatever you want, whenever you want.
  • Stan Kubler
    Published 2 years ago
    How to Invest in Bitcoin and Succeed

    How to Invest in Bitcoin and Succeed

    Should I invest in Bitcoin, or is it already too late to make any money off the mysterious cryptocurrency? Despite being all over the evening news lately, many people still aren't sure just what in the hell is Bitcoin.
  • Dylan Baldessari
    Published 2 years ago
    Which Cryptocurrency is the Next to Boom?

    Which Cryptocurrency is the Next to Boom?

    Coinbase is by far the biggest and most popular exchange to invest in Cryptocurrencies. This is because of the user-friendly layout and purchasing of Cryptocurrencies. Most exchanges are complicated in signing up, purchasing coins and transferring money. For Coinbase, all you have to do is enter an email, driver’s license and bank account or credit/debit card. This easy to use system has sparked tremendous growth for Coinbase with over 13,300,000 users in November of 2017. The downfall of the exchange is that they only have four Cryptocurrencies to buy Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin. However, Coinbase is looking to add more Cryptocurrencies soon. Will they do this by adding them directly to Coinbase or there acquired exchange GDAX? GDAX is mainly for institutional investors who are looking to transfer a lot of funds and GDAX covers the fee for the miners to transfer the funds. Coinbase /GDAX have requirements to see if the currencies are up to their standards and to make sure they feel comfortable offering this asset to their customer base. Those categories they are looking for are: Mission and Values:
  • Brooke Datys
    Published 2 years ago
    Why We Need to Save Net Neutrality

    Why We Need to Save Net Neutrality

    For years we have taken advantage of our freedom on the internet. Every day we use social media like Instagram, Tumblr, Youtube, Snapchat, Facebook, etc. It has never occurred to anyone that these rights could be taken from us, and it shouldn't be. What allows us to control our internet experiences is a not-so-little thing called Net Neutrality.