media and technology
Challenged by the internet, professional journalism pushes back
As the dust settles from this newest wave of technology, what is emerging is a new hybridity.
The Nobel limelight: literary fame wasn’t always so fleeting
Today it is celebrity lite -- people are interested in success stories, not the writer's output.
The ultimate in reality TV
A Dutch group is seriously organising one-way expeditions to Mars. Is that ethical?
iWant! iWant! iWant!
Is the hype over iPhone 6 an icon of our infatuation with consumerism?
Terrorism as theatre
Technology, which Silicon Valley claim has liberated us, has also brought us back to the worst sorts of barbarism
Left to their own devices?
| 01 September 2014 |
Ten reasons not to use technology for learning in grade school.
Would body cameras have prevented Ferguson riots?
Chest-mounted cameras are a promising development, but not a cure-all.
Stretching the truth past the breaking point
The barbarism of the Islamic State is real enough, so why fabricate atrocities?
Dealing with graphic content is a moral minefield for journalists
Should images of man's inhumanity to man appear in the mainstream media?
TV ads which abuse children’s innocence
Corporate bullies are making a fortune by peddling drugs for sexual dysfunction on prime-time TV.
You’ve got mail. Try not to read it.
Fasting from your email could change your life.
All wired up: the contraceptive chip
The Gates Foundation has funded an implantable device which can be controlled remotely.
The robot says you flunked
Let's hope that people who say there's no difference between machines and people don't end up running the machines.
Digital clones: coming to a hologram near you
What are the ethics of creating life-like images of human forms?
Do citizens have the right to control their data on the web?
Europe and America prepare to regulate the use of big data.
Radio Shack: thanks for all the memories
One of America's greatest engineering schools is fading away.
You can’t see the doctor: he’s checking boxes right now
Imposing the heavy hand of the Federal government is not the way to enforce uniform standards.
Facebook’s ‘look back’ is marketing in mufti
It's designed to make us think that the product is an essential part of everyday life.
Swimming against the click-stream
The editor-in-chief of Stratfor explains how the media ecosystem works.
The cloudy future
The big technology companies are forcing us into the Cloud, whether we like it or not.
Bored? Don’t worry, it might be the start of something brilliant
Boredom has a purpose - it signals that you are searching for new goals.
The sinner repents?
A warts-and-all tale of one of Britain's legendary spin-doctors, Damian McBride, the press officer to Gordon Brown.
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