Are today’s new technologies and memes really so revolutionary?
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Looking back on Art Spiegelman’s Maus, 25 years later.
In the poverty-stricken classrooms of Zimbabwe, little contributions can make a big difference.
The violence in Vancouver was fuelled by thousands who “witnessed” the events online.
In the philosophical battle between the iPhone and the BlackBerry, RIM appears to be losing.
Socializing is about more than just sharing information, a lesson that Google would do well to learn.
In the digital world, we will pay for experiences, not physical products.
The power to make positive changes in society lies in our complex relationship with gaming.
The technical intelligence of supercomputers like IBM’s Jeopardy champ Watson may one day surpass that of humans, but they will never have this.
In the transition from physical to digital books, are we losing our deeply personal relationship with the written word?