Initial planning or planning ahead means nothing anymore. Scheduling events and then adjusting them as the date approaches have always been common, but it has become so convenient that all the communication leading up to the big date does not even really matter. With a click of a button—without an excuse or a doctor’s note—we can bail thanks to the flexibility liberated by technology and the flakiness of the new generation.
Obesity has skyrocketed in the past three decades, with prevalance of overweight adults increasing by more than 47% between 1980 and 2013. As a result, 29% of the world's population—that's more than two billion people—is overweight or obese.
Google Glass is now available for purchase in the U.S., but Canadians wishing to shell out $1,500 USD to get their paws (and peepers) on a pair of these tech specs will have to wait. No word as to when the Mountain View company plans on releasing the cyborg-like fashion accessory here in Canada.
If you haven’t seen it yet, Titcoins is a parody of digital currency initiatives that ultimately fell through due to its instability, i.e. Bitcoin and Dogecoin. The video includes familiar tech startup cartoon characters and a soft-spoken narrator, explaining the imaginative functionality, which enables women to pay for various goods and services with a faceless photo of their—you guessed it—tits.