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March's Digital Life from Lökwest - tech in 2021, save on your phone bill, your picture on Mars, and more!

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March 2 · Issue #48 · View online
The Digital Life
We’re glad you’re back for another edition of The Digital Life. March is here, and while we’re still remote, we’re starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Hopefully, this newsletter finds you feeling the same! Many of our clients are already vaccinated, and we hope to have a live coaching option back later in the year.
In the spirit of trying to write and post one original article a month, we’re kicking off this edition with an editorial on digital life coaching. I hope it provides more insight into my thought and coaching processes.
Moving on, we’ve shared a couple of great articles on the state of tech in 2021. In half an hour, you’ll have a good grasp of the current trends.
We always include tips in every issue! This month, have you ever thought about an MVNO to save money on your phone bill? Also, why you should never unsubscribe from spam.
Rounding up, read about the latest technology (you’ll want to check out Deep Nostalgia), grab a bit of a history lesson, and have some fun. You can put your picture on Mars and learn where the picture that everyone’s seen was taken.
As always, we welcome your feedback. Just respond to this article if you have comments.
Have a great March!

From the editor - What's a digital life coach?
What's a digital life coach and why do you need one?
Technology in 2021 - what you need to know
10 Breakthrough Technologies 2021
Tech That Will Change Your Life in 2021
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How about a tip or two?
If you want to try out an MVNO carrier, check out these options
Why You Should Never 'Unsubscribe' From Illicit Spam Emails and Texts
Catch up on interesting tech
This Gigantic 165-Inch MicroLED TV Folds Into Nothing When the Game Is Over
Knocki is the smart home device controlled by gestures you never realized you needed
Oh, you KNOW we had to throw this in. Go to sleep Grandma! 🙂
‘Deep Nostalgia’ Can Turn Old Photos of Your Relatives Into Moving Videos
Your March history lesson
30 Years of Browsers: A Quick History | PCMag
Look how far we've come
Source: https://www.tnhh.net/posts/phone-power.html
Source: https://www.tnhh.net/posts/phone-power.html
The A14 chip in the new iPhone can do about 11 TFlOPS according to Apple. The green line is how much computing power that little phone has. If released in 2009, it would have made it to the list of top 500 supercomputers in the world! It has more computing power than the most powerful computer in the world in 2002. It has the combined computing power of the 1997’s top 500 supercomputers in the whole world.
Now that’s a technology leap!
Have a little fun
NASA Celebrates Perseverance Landing with Virtual Photo Booth
Man finds exact location of infamous Windows XP background
In closing - Just in time for March
ICYMI, for the first time ever the Perseverance lander recorded its descent. This incredible 3-minute video is a must-see, and fitting since March is named after Mars (and March is called Mars in French!)
Perseverance Rover’s Descent and Touchdown on Mars (Official NASA Video)
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