As social media offers humanity a link to people and ideas en masse, we attempt to explore the relationship we have with our social connections in an online world. Continue reading Six degrees of Bacon and Social Links
How young is too young? How technology is changing the way children think and the impact of technology on a developing child. Continue reading Raising children of the Information Age: More Harm than Good?
For most of us today, we have accepted the risks of technology in order to enjoy the benefits. But are we putting humanity at risk by advancing the very inventions we had first created? Continue reading Pure Evil or The Unanticipated Consequences of Technology?
Uncovering what makes premium inventory more valuable to an advertiser? To a publisher? To a consumer? and should there even be a hunt for premium. Continue reading The hunt for premium
Trend Report Forecast from Trend Hunter profiling some of the trendiest, most insightful, most innovative trends and ideas from this year’s trend reports. Continue reading Top 20 trends in 2014 by Trend Hunter
Understand the technological drivers of change and how it will revolve around capturing and modelling the contextual situations in our lives. Continue reading Future of the age of context
Selfies have increased our desire to record a visual memory of our ‘being in the moment’. It is testing accepted cultural codes – one where it is perfectly ‘normal’ to capture, publish and share your daily life to anyone and everyone. But who’s looking? Continue reading A part of me dies when we fuel the EGO-system
Understanding how these trends influence society, what’s happening to people and how people then behave. Continue reading 3 macro trends for our digital future
An attempt to identify when personal is ‘too personal’ and what we may require as a trade-off between personalisation needs and our privacy concerns. Continue reading Confessions of a privacy pragmatist
Exploring the early beginnings of context-aware computing. Continue reading When computers learn human