Interaction impoverishment: My pompous term for the things that we can’t do, and don’t seem able to imagine our way out of, when it comes to making our devices do what we want them to do. The key to all this — and where we might end up going — are down to those millimeter-dimension things we never see: sensors.
My effort to take a closer look at Twitter’s capital. Tweetwars: the social challenge in Twitter ‘capital’, Indonesia | Reuters: BY JEREMY WAGSTAFF Indonesia has long been the Twitter capital of the world, but rival apps and rancorous political debate are driving users away, illustrating the challenges the microblogging service faces even in markets once considered strongholds. While… Read More »
Here’s a BBC piece which the World Service broadcast recently. This isn’t Reuters content. It’s taken us a long time to get to here, but I think I can safely declare us as, dextrously speaking, back before the caveman. If we had stumbled into your average cave in about 40,000 BC, we might have chanced upon someone drawing… Read More »