Remember the alarm clocks? Those in the old days, mechanical ones with sounds that could wake up everybody in the whole house - so different now...
Some days it seems to me like the digital dimensions might still be working, but reality is less so...
Cars stop in front of the school and both kids and parents inside are on their phones... I wonder if they are talking together... or with the car?
Farming machines today comes in a new scale and with added artificial intelligence - Maybe even with new kind of needs?
Could we become less addicted to our phones by designing small beds to them, using the old association technique of mapping the need of letting people sleep, onto our phones, or is it just another gadget to fix a gadget?
Thoughts on how we went from spear throwing warriors, over self-sheltering businessmen, to become the modern Selfie taking man
7. March - If we move from fueling our cars, to fuel our phones instead, and continue on foot, it could be a good thing both for us and the environment
The approaching sea level rise, with walls of water heading for our cities is so scary that most of us simply ignore it
4. March 2019 More and more of our decisions are based on data collected, stored and analyzed, not by humans, but by computers
3. March 2019 As parents we often drive our kids to what-ever and where-ever they need to go - But walking together with them is a better alternative
Ever walked into a small town or village and wondered where all the locals are? - I think I know... they are online
The classic silo mentality is something many of us try to battle, but these defense towers like structures are more incorporated into our mindsets than we like to imagine and before we know it, we're back in the silo
Sometimes local communities find ways to use smartphones, apps and maps to find ways to connect and be together in better ways, that both support interaction, builds trust and protects biodiversity
Today most of us are keeping thoughts and nature at a digital distance. Walking a few hours first can help us get back to nature