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Because you're glued to your phone.

I wish I was born in a different era, where people talked on public transport and enjoyed each other’s company.

I’m currently sitting on the train, looking and listening, this is what I see; people of all different culture backgrounds either with headphones in or looking down at their phones not participating in the action around them (if there is any). 158 more words

Joy on Friday: Hidden Rhythms (By Donna Vander Griend)

He asks me, this walking-alongside husband of mine, “So what is giving you joy today?” I answer with the usual: family, this vacation mode we are in, the uncluttered beauty of God’s Gulf of Mexico, togetherness. 664 more words

Cooking for Ten

Cooking for ten people can be a challenge.  There is no such thing as a small meal in our household, and of course without proper care the grocery bill can become overwhelming.   329 more words

Home Sharing

Nothing to laugh about | 1890

Ferrotype image from the 1890ies showing a young girl with either her mother or her nurse. Mind the sharpness of the image.


Connie Ferguson Is Coming Back To Generations

Out with the old and in with the new is how the old saying goes, but South African soapie Generations is doing the opposite.

Executive producer Mfundi Vundla has called on the old services of an old cast member in Connie Ferguson, who played… 139 more words


Changing Climate and keeping in Tech...I mean touch!

As a designer you wish to gather an insight into peoples lives and how people interact with products and environments. To further research the issues and topics we have studied in our design labs I conducted a interview with my mother to find out her opinion on the subjects we research. 457 more words

THE GAME: Imagine three generations of supposedly ‘tech savvy’ people living under the same roof. Now, guess who knows more?

Participants: Jenny Jurkovic (48) & Loren Jurkovic (15)

  1. What is technology to you?
  2. How does it change the way you interact?
  3. Is technology just the Internet?
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