Since the 26th Amendment decreased the voting age to 18 in 1971, the symbol of the voting booth has gone through a period of transition. It no longer represents exclusivity and instead has become a ubiquitous element of American adult life.
New statistics show that America now contains more cell phones than it does actual people.Maybe I’m just feeling nostalgic, but I think there’s something peculiar about the fact that we, as a nation, are outnumbered by our electronic gagets:Al Gini is a professor of business ethics and chair of
As Americans spend more of their lives online, companies are finding an increasing number of ways to follow our data trails and find out all sorts of things about our spending habits, our likes and our dislikes.The information is being used to determine things like a person’s access to credit, emplo
When anthropologist Illana Gershon interviewed her Indiana University students as part of her research on social media and relationships, she posed this question to one of her classes: If you and your sweetie are “Facebook official,” what happens when the relationship ends?
This week, we're podcasting a family affair: First, Nancy Piatt mother of Machete host Christopher, talks about how very far far away from anything the Piatt's home in Victoria, Kansas is, but how that might not be such a bad thing. Well here we are, at the beginning