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17 Questions Tech Doesn’t Want You Asking

A practical blueprint for assessing the value, limitations and quality of new technologies for ourselves and our families

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Our modern digital society has us switching amongst a series of technologies/apps throughout our day. We’ve become conditioned to reach for the laptop or mobile device to find answers to our…




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