Last night I attended an excellent event put on by the Public Policy Forum called Social Media and Democracy: What Can Be Done? at which no less than 5 smart and highly informed guest speakers from journalism, government, academia, civil society and the tech sector discussed the state of the internet and the threat of 'surveillance... Continue Reading →
Is There Life (or creative desktop software) After Photoshop?
You know how you can know something in theory but still have it surprise you when you encounter it in real life? That happened to me yesterday with software. I had decided to unplug my kids' desktop Mac from the web for about 23 hours a day and instead load it up with cool creative... Continue Reading →