As technology becomes increasingly integrated into our everyday lives, it has helped us achieve greater connectivity and productivity – giving us more time to focus on what we love. It is not only reshaping how we relate to the world, but is also making significant advancements in a number of industries.
If it wasn’t for tech, my New Year’s resolutions may already be toast. According to U.S. News & World Report, nearly 80 percent of resolutions are usually broken by mid-February. But as my Google calendar turns in that direction, I’m still going strong, and I credit apps and gadgets for making the whole “new year new you” thing easier than ever.
The Parallels Between 'The Man in the High Castle' and Today's Political Climate Are Impossible to Ignore
The Man In The High Castle, Amazon’s ambitious adaptation of the Philip K. Dick novel, has already attracted more than its fair share of controversy. The show first found itself embroiled in scandal when it plastered the New York City subway system with Nazi imagery, and then Amazon abruptly parted ways with its creator and Season 1 showrunner Frank Spotnitz midway through the filming of the show’s second season. However, the show and its primary cast members —Alexa Davalos, Rufus Sewell, DJ Qualls and Brennan Brown— were received with rapturous applause when they appeared earlier today at New York Comic Con.