The Text Factor
London-based photographer Babycakes Romero captures the decline of human conversation in his new photo series. Although he sees value in technology, Romero maintains that smartphones are making people "seriously dull." Here, in 12 clicks, is exactly what it means to be a "plugged-in bore."
Date and Switch
Romantic outings have lost some of their magic.
Ladies Who Lunch
Where are the friends who listen and finish each other's sentences?
Strangers on a Train
It's easy to forget that there's a person sitting next to you ...
My Dinner With Siri
… or a lover across the table.
Curb Your Enthusiasm
You see fewer spontaneous exchanges between people on the street.
More and more of us seem oblivious to our surroundings.
Ever get the feeling that life itself is in a holding pattern?
Remembering the age of innocence when you rushed home to hear those magic words: "You've got mail!"
The lessons of sleepaway camp go far beyond what's promised in the brochure
Fashion and beauty brands put the focus on style icons of a certain age
Nostalgic scents of Play-Doh, Barbie, Silly Putty and other kids' stuff from the Sixties
Even for those of us who were there, it's hard to believe what things cost back in the day
The religious beliefs of icons ranging from James Stewart to Tina Turner