Virtual Reality and the Changing Landscape of Virtual Romance

Every new upgrade in technology has come with romantic implications. No doubt, as soon as enough people bought cars back in the 1920s, the Lover’s Lane concept arose. And who’s to say how much thanks the baby boom generation needs to give for the development of the drive-in movie. And shortly after the internet came into being, the … Continue reading Virtual Reality and the Changing Landscape of Virtual Romance

Tech-Related Mental Illness

I first became aware of the degree of stress prevalent among South Korean workers when I saw two men dressed in business suits strangling each other on a busy street in Seoul while the oblivious crowd rushed past. This was back at the turn of the century when Koreans were widely embracing new technology. They were … Continue reading Tech-Related Mental Illness

Does Google Search Really Have a Political Bias? My Own Investigation

There’s been a lot of talk about a viral video which seems to show that Google’s search engine has a pro-Clinton bias. It seems that when you type in something like “Hillary Clinton cri…” the suggested results that pop up are never negative. They are, instead, “Hillary Clinton crime reform” and “Hillary Clinton crisis”. Two … Continue reading Does Google Search Really Have a Political Bias? My Own Investigation

Scamming the Scammers: Scambaiters Turn the Tables on Nigerian Scammers

Lest you think that Nigerian scammers (aka 419 scammers) are just some wacky, fun-loving, down-on- their-luck guys from poor African countries just trying to support their families, keep in mind that dozens of people, such as Norwegian millionaire Kjetil Moe, have been lured to Africa and killed by the person who was scamming them. Numerous … Continue reading Scamming the Scammers: Scambaiters Turn the Tables on Nigerian Scammers