How we've recreated the channels of the past in the social media of today.
I've always believed you should judge a person not solely by those things they do wrong, but how they deal with those events afterwards. Robert Scoble just failed that test.
With the pressure to make public social media accounts work-friendly, people are starting to create more rough-edged private accounts.
It's a Gif-mediated world out there.
As early as late last year, the CIA was worried that politicians in the USA were not taking election interference seriously.
Nature takes aim at the prevaling “wisdom” that the younger generation are more digitally adept:
But a paper published last month in Teaching and Teacher Education reaches the opposite conclusion. The digital native is a myth, it claims: a yeti with a smartphone.
The phrase “digital native” is a great bozo test: anyone using it these days is probably a bozo who hasn’t done their research.
First Draft's Claire Wardle has been picking at the roots of "fake news" - and the reasons that's a bad label.
Was President Trump's electoral coalition born a decade ago in the nihilistic pranks of 4chan's anons?
Have we simplified our culture a little too far?
He's not a fan, understandably.