People my age are driving less than they ever have before. Sometimes I want a car, but that’s partly because car-sharing startups haven’t yet taken off in my neighborhood.
Many city dwellers rely on online grocery shopping in order to avoid inconvenient urban supermarkets. But this is still one area where I prefer the analog shopping experience.
Creating a digital photo book is supposed to be easy, so why is it taking me years?
I’ve been living a paper-free existence for a while, but this year I broke down and bought a printer. The experience showed me that for all the talk about going digital, we’re still very much in a transitional phase.
I use the internet as my primary source of information about my pregnancy — and I’m not alone in that. But that’s not always a good thing. My story kicks off a new weekly feature on GigaOM called “A Digital Life.”