First World Problems

A quick definition:

First World Problems are the issues unique to people in the world with relative affluence: the top 1%, or those with an income starting from $32,400 USD. For people like us, problems arise due to abundance, not scarcity. We don’t struggle with malnutrition but rather obesity. We don’t struggle with lack of education but rather apathy to learning. We don’t struggle with lack of resources but rather distraction and managing priorities.

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For a brief overview of the current problems with smartphone apps, consider reading this article summarizing the ideas from the most known critics to tech, especially smartphone tech.
  1. PROBLEM 1: Today's apps are cold.
  2. SOLUTION 1: Create warm apps.
PROBLEM 1: Today's apps are cold. Back to top ...
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  1. What is the problem of integration?
  2. Why is the problem of integration a problem?
  3. Call to action: let's work on solving this problem
What is the problem of integration? If you're like me, you're learning all the time. You value self-improvement, always looking for ways to improve your ...
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