Could you give up the social network?
Use these apps to find great local cuisine, regional attractions, affordable hotels—and stay safe.
So long, lighter and pack of smokes. You’re getting replaced by a digital gadget, just like everything else.
Can digital detoxing help you relax, unclutter your mind and make you happier?
The constant distractions of the Internet aren’t benefiting our long-term learning processes. Time to unplug.
Writer Paul Miller’s experience in leaving the Internet for an entire year proves what should have been obvious – the Net does
Guest author Len Kendall is abstaining from the ubiquitous “like” button for the month of April. His Facebook friends have taken note.
For the rest of the month, guest author Len Kendall is going to abstain from the ubiquitous “like” button.
Join one man’s epic 30-day quest for an email Inbox that’s empty and stays empty – the elusive Inbox Zero.
At what age is social media appropriate? How much screen time is too much? Research only goes so far to supply the answers.
Consider these warnings before quitting your safe, secure position at a big, established company.
Building a company from the ground up requires a type of mania that can border on obsession. But it doesn’t have to ruin your life.
Technology is just a tool; it’s how we apply it that will determine the future of education.
Americans, as a whole, have no perspective. Whether time, money or relationships, we need to see what we have, not what we want.
This free meditation-timer app was built by a star hacker as a labor of love.
Facebook vacations aren’t just in style right now – they’re actually the norm.
The diary of a Facebook defector begins.
Backing up almost everything on your Facebook account is surprisingly straightforward, using Facebook’s built-in archival tools.
When Twitter is down, it’s like a Snow Day on the Internet.
We asked our SF writer/mindfulness practitioner guru Jackie Ashton to weigh in on the subject and give us ideas for managing our technology consumption.