How Society Has Adapted To The Fitness Tracking Evolution

On the process of diffusion... While reading Rogers' Diffusion of Innovations, I was blown away by the lagging pace at which society accepts new innovations—particularly when these innovations seem so blatantly more efficient than their predecessors. For instance, when Rogers talks about the water boiling case in a Peruvian village. Thinking as we do in the …

The Internet: Built By Innovators, For Innovators

It's almost impossible for me to imagine a world without the internet. This evolutionary technology was in its ideological infancy long before I existed. In fact, the earliest stage of the Internet that I can remember is the crackling sounds of dial-up and the slow, but steady connection process which, according to Lorelai Gilmore, was …