Money, love, and stars. Pick almost anyone on this Earth, and I guarantee that their profession, daily routine, and actions are driven by one, or a combination of these variables. All of which, in some way, create a record of our individual existence – allowing us to be remembered after we’re gone. But what happens… Continue reading What matters most in life when you can be digitally immortalized?
Everyone has the right to experience spirituality in a different way. Kanye West describes my intention perfectly when he said, “I ain’t here to argue about his facial features. Or here to convert atheists into believers.” But, I do have some interesting thoughts to share. For one, is our technology taking away from these experiences?… Continue reading Is there a need for technology in religion?
Google built a hundred-billion-dollar behemoth by giving us answers to all of our questions. Now, they may be able to give us an answer to the most worrisome question of all: When will I die? Predicting the Inevitable In some way or another we’ve all learned from the deceased. Whether it’s the family stories passed… Continue reading Google may soon know the day you’ll die
It’s crazy to think that one of the most anticipated events of the year was a wedding. Just a few weeks ago, over 29 million US citizens tuned in to watch the Royal Wedding. And while many major TV networks capitalized on the broadcast of this event, they missed one huge opportunity in virtual reality.… Continue reading Would you attend a Wedding in Virtual Reality?