Disruptive technologies and innovations are ideas or products that alter the way in which consumers, industries or businesses navigate. One classic example is Uber, although the extent or label as ‘disrupted’ is contested, it fundamentally changed the approach to taxi services. As in many other industries, disruptive innovations can also be found in real-estate. Technology […]
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Toni Campbell is a Contributing Editor at The National Digest based in the United Kingdom. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The movie industry is ripe with book adaptations which are estimated to account for least fifty percent of Hollywood films. These adaptations normally prove hugely successful, consistently among the highest grossing films in the box office. Some stories are adapted again and again into film, this year Hugh Lofting’s 1920’s series Dr Dolittle will hit […]
Many people find their lifestyle becoming inevitably more and more sedimentary in a world of technological advancement. A large portion of the workforce’s day to day routine includes sitting at a desk and working from a computer. We sit in cars, or on buses and trains to and from the workplace, the shops, to run […]
The protected landscape of Antarctica has long been set aside for peaceful and scientific purposes, yet has suffered some of the most prominent and devastating effects of climate change in the world. It often serves as a clear measurement and a salient example for the earths warming temperatures. Antarctica is an integral cog in regulating […]
The smash-hit HBO TV series, Game of Thrones, took over our screens for the better part of a decade. From April 2011, when the first episode aired to 2019 when the final episode left many fans disappointed. Although the series grew and grew with outstanding popularity, there was already a built-in fan base when HBO […]
Trophy hunting, poaching and the illegal trade of animal products such as ivory, are still an unvanquished evil of society. Despite protests, laws or measures put in place to prevent or discourage such activities, it is still a horrifying problem facing many animals and endangered species alike. Beautiful creatures such as Rhinos, Tigers, Lions and […]
Generational name-tags seem to have taken place as an inherent and irritating tool in describing a whole group of people. Whilst they can be useful in neatly summing-up an age group and following trends of said group, they can be demoralizing in their treatment and broad-brushstrokes of such a varied group of people that are […]
In a world where fad diets, new ‘don’t eats’ and newly discovered ‘superfoods’ crop up as quickly as a healthy cookbook, it can be hard to maintain a consistent diet. We all feel pressure to look and feel our best, whether for personal reasons or societal pressures, dieting is a concept revisited again and again by many of us.
February for couples and singles alike, is a month of the anticipated or dreaded Valentine’s Day. For many, whether coupled or single there is a pressure to meet the demands of the celebratory day.
It is very common for a child nowadays to know how to use their parent’s smartphone, work Alexa, or spend their free time watching YouTube videos. Children born into the digital age are naturally going to be exposed to technologies that previous generations did not have.
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