Electric vehicles are picking up speed but it will take more than tax breaks and environmental stewardship to boost them into mainstream society Who killed the electric car? Well, the award winning documentary implies that General Motors did with a little help from their friends. Major automakers, oil industry leaders and easily influenced politicians all contributed towards taking the spark out of the relationship between motorists and electric vehicles (EVs).
Without a doubt, the constant use of iPhones and iPods is everywhere and not going away soon; whether listening on a bus ride, a walk, while working, or just trying to ignore the world around you. Thanks to this audio-revolution, the accessories that correspond have become just as crucial, especially in the metropolitan world where nothing can be more crucial than the ability to ignore the rush of crowds or traffic, and look damn fine doing it.
Many of us have heard about China’s censorship over their citizens, leaving the Western world with only slight glimpses into the lives of their citizens compared to the rest of the world. Think of Egypt’s revolution, the well-disucessed importance of social media within it, and than think of issues within Tibet, or any of China.