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Is coffee a drug? This is a common question asked. Coffee is in fact a stimulant drug that can speed up messages between the brain and the body.

Is coffee a drug? This is a common question asked. Coffee is in fact a stimulant drug that can speed up messages between the brain and the body.

There are a bunch of themes that I explore in This One Time related to how the arrival of social media has affected our behaviour. The idea of losing yourself to approval, of shaping yourself to other peoples' opinions - in his case, his following - thousands of opinions of people he doesn't know and will probably never meet. Of choosing and expressing opinions according to what will get your more likes. www.alexvantonder.com #thisonetimenovel

There are a bunch of themes that I explore in This One Time related to how the arrival of social media has affected our behaviour. The idea of losing yourself to approval, of shaping yourself to other peoples' opinions - in his case, his following - thousands of opinions of people he doesn't know and will probably never meet. Of choosing and expressing opinions according to what will get your more likes. www.alexvantonder.com #thisonetimenovel

Happy Pills | Low-Commitment Projects

Happy Pills | Low-Commitment Projects

Pinterest: @GabriellaMRose More

Pinterest: @GabriellaMRose More

Facebook - a social addiction! Oakland sticker art.

Facebook - a social addiction! Oakland sticker art.

Marriage and taxes - Editorial Illustrations 2015 - Vol. 2 on Behance

Marriage and taxes - Editorial Illustrations 2015 - Vol. 2 on Behance

Angel Boligan

Angel Boligan

Art is often a mirror, reflecting the social issues and problems of the day. With the rise of ubiquitous Internet, smart phones, and other Internet enabled devices, being online all the time is not only possible, it's the de facto state for many. This list of satirical illustrations highlight some of the biggest problems with technology addiction. Which one has the strongest message? Vote on your favorite, or if we've missed an image that you think should be in this list, upload it below!

Art is often a mirror, reflecting the social issues and problems of the day. With the rise of ubiquitous Internet, smart phones, and other Internet enabled devices, being online all the time is not only possible, it's the de facto state for many. This list of satirical illustrations highlight some of the biggest problems with technology addiction. Which one has the strongest message? Vote on your favorite, or if we've missed an image that you think should be in this list, upload it below!

IBM'S "RODENT" BRAIN CHIP COULD MAKE OUR PHONES HYPER-SMART - The promise is that IBM’s chip can run algorithms in smaller spaces with considerably less electrical power, letting us shoehorn more AI onto phones and other tiny devices, including hearing aids and, well, wristwatches. https://rosecoveredglasses.wordpress.com/2015/08/21/ibms-rodent-brain-chip-could-make-our-phones-hyper-smart/

IBM'S "RODENT" BRAIN CHIP COULD MAKE OUR PHONES HYPER-SMART - The promise is that IBM’s chip can run algorithms in smaller spaces with considerably less electrical power, letting us shoehorn more AI onto phones and other tiny devices, including hearing aids and, well, wristwatches. https://rosecoveredglasses.wordpress.com/2015/08/21/ibms-rodent-brain-chip-could-make-our-phones-hyper-smart/

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