The shifting sands of tech
This post is about the shifting sands of technology we find ourselves in as simple flesh and bone humans trying to deal with the landscapes of media and information in our datafied lives. Nothing is certain, nothing is permanent. It is actually a bit terrifying.
Web 2, at first seen a...Read More
Selective democratisation of the arts: who needs your book, song, painting
"When Toni Morrison said ‘write the book you want to read,’ she didn’t mean everybody" (Fran Lebowitz).
I recently saw this st...Read More
The World At War
When we were kids we’d watch The World At War, a hugely popular documentary series on TV, narrated by Laurence Olivier. Anyone...Read More
Radical Candor, Radical Constructivism
In a professional environment it’s difficult to speak out and say what you really think. Often you might wait until bursting poi...Read More
Right Click, Refresh
I once had an acquaintance who had a saying: “right click, refresh”. This was around 2003 or 2004, maybe even earlier. It was be...Read More