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.
Offscreen - a beautiful indie magazine for digital culture - has redesigned with issue 16. Take a look.
Today, I'm liveblogging Brilliant Noise's inaugural Dots conference...
People's relationship to brands changes online - and publishers need to understand that.
Google needs our trust if it is to carry on indexing and organising the world's information.
So, I have a small announcement that I’ve been very much looking forward to making.
I’m really excited to be part of this. Last year’s conference was one of the highlights of my year, and it looked really deeply at the idea of Big Data and the implications that it has for the future of the web and
our culture. 2012’s topic looks even more stimulating, looking at what happens after the current digital revolution… Ticket sales kick off tomorrow
, with an early bird rate, and it comes highly recommended from me.
So, while I’m still actively looking for my next full time job (and, indeed, am talking to some people about a couple of great opportunities), this is the first piece of contract work that’s keeping me off the streets in the meantime…