This post is by Mike Johns, “When I speak, People tend to listen!”, Founder of Digital Mind State who tweets here.
In a world of laptops, smartphones, tablets, Xbox, and WiFi, a pervasive culture of bloopers or glitches is also growing. Consequently, Digital Mind State has coined a new expression to describe the vast array of new phenomenological experiences that may arise as a direct result of using a digital device. We have decided to name the actual event by calling it a disfold.
As technological speed advances, humankind increases its expectation, which in turn causes us to be more impatient. Take broadband for example. As the speed increases, we become increasingly restless. Continue reading