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As you’re tapping, scrolling, and swiping on your phone, you probably don’t give much thought to the fact that your apps are consuming electricity — just that they’re chipping away at your battery life.
It’s engaging. It’s hopeful. It pushes the plot forward.
Only a quarter of young adults are financially literate. You don’t want to overwhelm them with terrible advice.
Before you click away, disappointed that I brought up something as practical and boring as time management, hear me out. My intent is not to crush your spirits.
Current Mobile Cloud
The average U.S. iPhone owner uses 1–2 gigabytes of LTE data per month, according to some studies. That data comes at an energy cost that’s opaque, because we can’t see it directly.
You can’t look to your peers in the industry, because all they’re going to tell you is that they are killing it, crushing it, changing the world.
Example: Journey towards design perfection
The truth, of course, is that these people have been lying to you all along.
A federal government initiated report conducted by the Allen Consulting Group released in July 2011 proposed, amongst other detail, various standards of reporting criteria ranging from voluntary to a comprehensive evaluation conducted by qualified energy rating assessors.
The Happiness Hypothesis
These simple survey measures seem credible. But according to psychologists, happiness and life satisfaction do not coincide. Life satisfaction has a cognitive component — individuals have to step back to assess their lives — while happiness reflects positive and negative emotions that fluctuate.
In other words, happiness may …