Category: Digital Dilemma

AI and Driving

I don’t own a car.  Typically when I rent one, I rely heavily on Google Maps, or Waze, to help me get around.  The challenge I run into is that I can’t navigate and drive at the same time.  It’s…

The Problem with Passwords

In short, the problem with passwords is that there are too many of them!  And the risk of not having a good one leaves our valuable information exposed and vulnerable.  We’re always cautioned to create passwords that are: unique ~12 –…

The Dark Age of Remote Controls

In this day and age I’m always amazed at the array of remote controls people seem to need to operate their TVs/entertainment systems.  I haven’t owned a television since 2006 and I know that adds to my confusion, and fascination,…

The Other Side of Autosave

I started using Google Keep a few months ago.  Google Keep is essentially a note taking app that can record notes, messages, reminders, checklists, etc. in a variety of methods.  It’s also flexible enough to handle photos and other types…

Technology and Transit

For the last couple of years, Toronto has been trying to implement the Presto card, an electronic payment system that is intended to eliminate the need for cash, tokens, tickets, and passes when taking public transit.  Other benefits include being…