Managing editor Dana Wollman and host Terrence O'Brien are joined by a new face on this week's episode: social media manager Evan Rodgers. They'll talk about Engadget's Adult Week -- a collection of articles about growing up in the digital age. Sure, we all know that what you say on social media can really come back to bite you in the ass (and possibly cost you a job). But, the internet is both an obstacle that needs to be navigated and a powerful tool that can teach you to be an independent and self sufficient adult. Without it Terrence and Evan would have never learned how to properly invoice companies during their freelancing days. And Dana has turned to the web to learn how to cook. They grow up so fast... sniff.
- How to turn your armchair activism into online good
- The life-changing magic of tidying up (your computer)
- I don't know how to drive and I may never have to learn
- I love my child too much to put her on the internet
- Finding inner peace (with help from your smartphone)
- What the internet taught me about dressing like an adult
- The panic and pleasure of online dating as a woman in her 40s
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