Guys, girls don’t want you to send those types of pictures

ku-xlargeOf the many things that social media has changed when it comes to social interaction between the sexes is the manner in which a woman discovers what a man is ‘packing’

For thousands of years, the level of a man’s sexual prowess remained a mystery until that special moment when he and the object of his affection decided to become intimate with each other. Continue reading

To connect or disconnect…? That is the question

This post is by Mike Johns, “When I speak, People tend to listen!”, Founder of Digital Mind State who tweets here.

Plugging In to New IdeasI don’t want to live in a world where everything that I say, everything I do, everyone I talk to, every expression of creativity, or love, or friendship is recorded, and that’s not something I’m willing to support, it’s not something I’m willing to build, and it’s not something I’m willing to live under,” Edward Snowden.

The movie title I Know What You Did Last Summer will soon take on a new meaning as the Government and agents of surveillance such as Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Twitter will know not only what you did last summer but what you did five minutes ago. Continue reading

Enter the Disfold… a neologism for our impatient times

This post is by Mike Johns, “When I speak, People tend to listen!”, Founder of Digital Mind State who tweets here.

tech disfoldIn 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

The mosque, church and synagogue are all embracing digital

This contribution is by Mike Johns, President of Digital Mind State who tweets here

In an age of smartphones, tablets, smart televisions and social media it is no surprise that the allure of technology has also touched the field of religion. Continue reading