Beautifully said: Technology doesn’t solve humanity’s problems. It was always naïve to think so. Technology is an enabler, but humanity has to deal with humanity’s problems. I think we’re both over-reliant on technology as a way to solve things and probably, at this moment, over-indexing on technology as a source [...]
That's what you realize when you watch this video and listen to its story. Really listen. Brexit: a cry from the Irish border, found via Peter Rukavina. Also, I recommend to watch the Brexit Breakdown videos by John Harris and John Domokos for The Guardian.
It’s Tuesday. The little one is playing in daycare, the husband is off to Amsterdam for a meeting and I’m at my desk at last, for the first time in what feels like ages. The clouds are still undecided to drop some rain or give way to the Sun. I [...]
This topic deserves a lot of attention. The Cambridge Analytica Files as published by The Guardian today. As a communication philosopher, I have so many thoughts on this, but I need a bit of time to research and digest this topic. Please inform yourself on this topic and make up [...]
The authors of The Cluetrain Manifesto are awarded with the CIPR President's Medal. A huge recognition for the fundamental shift in thinking about the web they caused with the manifest they wrote in 1999. If you haven't heard of The Cluetrain Manifesto before, you can read the original text online [...]
Peter Rukavina reused a calendar of historic maps to create something new. We received one of Europe in the mail today. Thanks Peter! I love it!