From the iPhone to the Cronut, the last decade has changed the game for all of us on this big blueberry we call Earth.
We can talk to our phones, stalk another planet on the internet, drive our cats crazy with iPad goldfish and most importantly we don’t need anybody to take an epic picture for us – two words: Selfie Stick.
With that in mind, here’s a list of some of the most ground shaking creations in the last ten years.
Human race, you done good.
We all know Nintendo Wii: the Skiing, the intense tennis tournaments with family, the freakish globular avatars of ourselves hopping around the screen. Brilliant.
The year we all started swiping. 2007 will go down as a super year for technology. Other releases over that magical 12 months; The Kindle and BBC iPlayer to name a few.
Google’s mobile operating system, designed for touch screen devices. Its release divided earth between android and iPhone users. So which one are you?
NASA’s pride and joy. A rocket created to take us to infinity and beyond.
Or the moment when parent’s all over the world started embarrassing children with iPad photo snapping in public.
A British supersonic land vehicle with a goal to exceed 1,000 miles per hour. That’s zippy.
The Curiosity Rover
NASA officially released our only friend on Mars in August of 2012. Four years and many robot selfies later we’ve learned more about our fellow planet than we dreamed.
The pastry progeny of a donut and a croissant. The cronut was invented in New York City and is flaky, soft, carb heaven.
The Selfie Stick
A far worse follow up to embarrassing iPad public photography, the God dam selfie stick. What did we unleash…
Dickbags and hipsters can now get from A to B in double-quick douchey time.
Elon Musk recently launched Tesla’s Solar Roof— glass solar roof tiles mighty enough to run an entire battery powered house. Sure beats fossil fuels.
2017, come at us bro.
Loaded staff writer Danielle De La Bastide has lived all over the planet and written for BuzzFeed, Thought Catalog as well as print publications throughout the Caribbean.