There are quite a many digital tools out there available in the digital world. Among these I recommend everyone should be using five digital tools which they cannot escape. What are they? Read on to find out.
Among everyone I mean grandparents, great grandparents, truck driver, waitress, inn keeper and all other laypeople included.
1) Viber: Cell phones should have the free tool installed. Then you can use the cell phone number on any digital device such as laptop, iPAD, TAB and others, provided Viber is also installed on these devices. Continue reading Five Tools Everyone in the Technological World Should Be Using
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Adobe Photoshop, YouTube, Word, PowerPoint, Skype and Viber are all good examples of modern day digital tools. Weebly/Wix for building free websites as subdomains, browsers such as chrome or Firefox and blogspot.com used by bloggers as well fall into the category of digital tools. Now the question is if all of these tools help to enhance our tasks or not. Continue reading Do Digital Tools Enhance or Retard Our Tasks?
What is your opinion about the title question? Any ideas? Why don’t you read on for a few highlights?
Conventional reading of documents in print allows you to focus more and give you enough concentrating power so that you are able to come up with research ideas and eventually a research topic.
You are able to do prospective research through programming and experimenting innovatively. In fact, for this to happen, you need to study programming and various experiments in your field of niche and come up with new approaches.
In the digital age, there is too much information on the web. Continue reading Is There an Intelligence Through Conventional Reading and Research Being Lost in the Digital Age?
Has the title question ever struck you? What do you think? Read on for lovely highlights.
It is a subtle question. Since our childhood we have studied books in print when the digital devices for reading were nonexistent. We had no other option other than to read in print.
Now that the digital age is here, how has digital reading changed things for us? We like to read fictions or self-help eBooks or any other eBook in another niche in kindle devices, iPads, tabs, notebooks and laptops where the reading format of the eBook needs to match the particular reading device. Continue reading How Is Reading Digitally Different From Reading Print?
Many of my friends are professional musicians, just like my saxophonist grandfather.
It’s a tough life. For all but the top few, it means barely scraping by, in exchange for opportunities to do what they really love – opportunities that are diminishing year by year.
Musicians inhabit the same world we do, however, and that means they have all sorts of digital connections.
In fact, they’re more likely than most to use mobile banking, so they can deposit checks from their gigs instantly. Continue reading Avoiding Digital Probate