The Apple Watch: 21st Century Jewelry

  It’s hard to remember a world without smartphones, but their current iteration has only been around for eight years. It’s remarkable, really. After the debut of the iPhone in 2007, it took less than 10 years for most of us to begin carrying supercomputers in our pockets. Our smartphones have an always-on internet connection, […]

Weekly Reading List: David Fontana

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watchLAB’s Weekly Reading List is back and ready for action! Check what we’ve been reading this week: everything from the Super bowl to Mr. Rogers, with a few other gems sprinkled in between. Here’s what I’ve been reading: 1) A Different Kind of Super Bowl Shuffle Found on Inc., by Justin Bariso Although nothing will […]

Weekly Reading List: Matthew Russo

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Check out our Weekly Reading List for content on what Einstein thinks of Finals, the power of nothingness and time, where Google and cardboard meet, strange waters, and pasta (so much pasta). Here’s what I’ve been reading this week: 1) Einstein’s Theory on Knowledgeability Found on Inc., by Ilan Mochari It’s “finals season” for students across America […]

Weekly Reading List: David Fontana

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We’ve got everything from why we should leave behind “Millennials,” how collaborating can change the world (or at least start to), the brands that make you want to sit down on a carpet and hear your favorite story read aloud, the new kids in school (Generation Z coming at you), and Steve Jobs, his attention […]

7 Things To Do Before Summer Ends

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Well, September is here and that means we’ve got less than a month before the official summer season comes to a close — 17 days and counting. In just a little over two weeks we’ll be plummeted into rain, falling leaves, and increasingly colder winds (at least for those of us in the northern states). […]

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