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What You Need to Do Today to Survive the New Normal Aug. 11, 2020

Succeeding in Your Business

In last week's column, I wrote about several megatrends that I think will define the new normal for ... Read More

August 10, 2020 Aug. 10, 2020

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: My cousin is getting married soon and another cousin's girlfriend was invited. They have... Read More

The Double-Edged Sword of Facial Recognition Technology Jul. 11, 2020

Diane Dimond

On the television crime drama "FBI," Special Agent Jubal Valentine brusquely orders an underling to ... Read More

Enemies of the State Jun. 06, 2020

Diane Dimond

As if the current COVID-19 pandemic hadn't created enough chaos in our lives, yet another outrageous... Read More

Consider What Might Be Needed Years From Now When Planning Wiring May. 07, 2020

Here's How

Dear James: We have computer and electronic cables everywhere. When we build our new house, how shou... Read More

How to Disinfect Your Phone, Device, Laptop and Keyboard Apr. 21, 2020

Everyday Cheapskate

The continuing onslaught of coronavirus news has a lot of us on edge. We continue to be told to wash... Read More

COVID-19 on the Technological Frontier Apr. 19, 2020

My So-Called Millennial Life

The first Zoom check-in with my first grader's class was a hot mess. There were close-ups of faces w... Read More

Things to Be Grateful for Apr. 02, 2020

Laura Hollis

Even in the throes of a global pandemic, it's possible to find things to be grateful for. In fact, I... Read More

China's Huawei Gambit: 5G Viral Spies? Apr. 01, 2020

Austin Bay

February was a cruel month for the Chinese corporate giant Huawei Technologies, and rightly so. The ... Read More

Mars Favors Tech Mar. 30, 2020

Horoscopes by Holiday

Mars marches into Aquarius with the agenda of doing some good in the world. The favored means will b... Read More

My Mom's Mantra Mar. 26, 2020

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

My mom grew up in what she called a middle-class family, with one car, hand-me-downs for the childre... Read More

Protecting a 'Techno-Junkie' Workforce Mar. 12, 2020

At Work

"It's easy for people to have hours — and perhaps days — go by as if they're not mentall... Read More

Mass Transit Is Making Gridlock Worse Mar. 03, 2020

Stephen Moore

Why in the world is the federal government, 20 years into the 21st century, continuing to pour tens ... Read More

You Really Don't Know It All Feb. 20, 2020

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

We have two dogs as part of our household. Bunny is a 20-pound rescue whom our daughter, Maggie, fou... Read More

Only a FaceTime Away Feb. 19, 2020

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I have never written to a columnist in my 70 years, but "Sad and Somewhat Angry Granny,"... Read More

1 Low Opinion of High Tech Dec. 13, 2019

C Force

As I noted last week, I often have a low opinion of high technology and its overall impact on our li... Read More

Opting for a Low-Tech Holiday Season Dec. 06, 2019

C Force

I could be wrong, but it seems that with each passing year, it becomes harder and harder for us to p... Read More

Our Principles, Not Our Technology, Keep Us Prosperous and Free Dec. 05, 2019

Laura Hollis

We live in an age when technology is worshipped. Entrepreneurs who create technologies that transfor... Read More

How America Can Still Win the Race to 5G Wireless Technology Nov. 26, 2019

Stephen Moore

The Federal Communications Commission has thrown a curveball into the global race for deployment of ... Read More

Don't Be a Technophobe Nov. 22, 2019

Positive Aging

It's no secret that many "mature Americans" are scrambling to keep pace with the rapid advances in t... Read More