Category: Technology and Innovation

Love, Lust, and Electronics: Technology vs. Romance

You see more people with cell phones in their hands than you see people holding one another’s hand. You encounter countless posts consisting of photos of couples, captions filled with professed love, and comment sections engulfed in exclamations of how cute the two individuals are together. It can be hard to accept what is showcased online and through social media… Read more →

15 Year Old Boy Discovers Lost Ancient Mayan City

Written by SansSensibility Follow Sans Sensibility on Twitter @sanssensibility A 15-year-old boy believes he has discovered a forgotten Mayan city using satellite photos and Mayan astronomy. William Gadoury, from Quebec, came up with the theory that the Maya civilization chose the location of its towns and cities according to its star constellations.  He found Mayan cities lined up exactly with stars… Read more →

Print: The Importance of Written Material that is Not Presented Electronically

Written by Aliyah Hurt Even though you are currently accessing this content through an internet connection on some sort of electronic media device, I urge you to take a moment and think back on when this sort of thing wasn’t possible. At one point in time, written material such as articles, news stories, books, etc. were only accessible in their… Read more →