Live more, post less
(6 minute read) Our obsession with capturing and sharing images online is compromising our lived experience of them, argues Roshaney Aftab.
Arguing with the algorithms
(3 minute read) We shouldn’t be afraid of technological development, argues Prakarsh Singh.
Free will in the age of Surveillance Capitalism
(6 minute read) Can the Big Brother of technology really control our lives? asks Sam Savelli.
Artificial Intelligence and the Catholic Church
(3 minute read) What can such an ‘old-fashioned’ religious institution say about this most modern of technological revolutions? asks Aaron Humphriss. A lot, he says, and it’s worth listening to.
Is the four-day working week a pipe dream or reality?
(3 minute read) Stefan Hatfield looks into the future to predict how working life will change in coming years.
The future of work
(3 minute read) In the ‘new normal’ employers will have to balance paternalism and liberalism in their approach to work, says Prakarsh Singh.
Hands off our GIFs!
(3 minute read) Jason Reed exposes the problem with too much regulation of the internet.
A visual work-out: it’s time to take another look at classic movies and the theatre
(4 minute read) Put your phone down and look up, it's time to watch an old film or visit the theatre, says Hajra Rehman.
In praise of the blog
(5 minute read) Dennis Relojo-Howell tells you everything you ever wanted to know, but were afraid to ask, about the art of blogging.
Helping the vulnerable access the internet
(4 minute read) Paola Oriunno looks at efforts to close the 'digital divide' in Italy.