by Audra Everett Gold · 23 Sep 2020 · 5 min read
There's a good chance someone you love has an addiction problem. And it's not what you think. Not opioids. Not wine. Not gambling. Not even final clearance, gift with purchase, or my personal favorite, sale shopping.
Amanda Curtis shifted the focus of her on-demand manufacturing platform, N.A.bld, from fashion to face masks when federal health officials advised healthcare workers to bring scarves and bandanas to work when caring for COVID-19 patients.
To be a female psychologist studying death and technology is to be totally out of your lane. In fact, if that describes you, we've probably already met. That's how few of us there are. But with coronavirus changing how we are all able to mourn, this specific expertise just got a lot more relevant.
Technology startups are fueling a new era of innovations to enrich the lives of aging Americans and ease their transition into their third and fourth acts and beyond.
Among other things, technology has changed customer buying patterns. So, let’s study how exactly gadgets have altered the way we consume products and services.