Good bots, bad bots, part II
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Good bots, bad bots, part I
They've been around for decades!
Web psychology, part III
Technology giving us the ability to design our own online personal identity algorithms.
Web psychology, part II
Your online information is tracked, calibrated and interpreted by innumerable invisible algorithms.
Web psychology, part I
When we go online, we're seeking a sense of safety and control, comparable to returning to our cave in prehistoric times after fending off multiple threats to life and limb on the savannah.
The Coarsening Effect Of The Web On Social And Political Discourse
The world wide web was launched in 1989 by Sir Tim Berners-Lee.
Winners & losers in the world digital economy, Part II
The Digital Economy Is No Longer Growing Fastest in the Richest Nations. We're Now In The Midst Of A Tectonic Shift In The Global Digital Economy
Our amazing future lives as cyborgs
Speculating about our cyborg future isn't just fodder for sci-fi. Many of us know people who already have cyborg components
Should you learn to code? Part IV
If you've been following this blog series, you're probably thinking, "Sure I'd like to learn basic coding skills...but I also want to learn Spanish, Chinese or (?).
Should you learn to code? Part III
In previous posts in this series, I explained how coding has joined mathematics as an indispensable universal language. Kids in the eight European nations,