[EVENT] #LovingMachines with @ScadHu at @ManCathedral

Last night, I was tired, but decided I still wanted to head to Manchester Cathedral to see this event – glad I did – made me think a lot about the subject itself, but also how to present work in a ‘publicly engaging’ way:

#Emptyshelf17 #23 The Circle by Dave Eggers

The Circle by Dave Eggers My rating: 4 of 5 stars I watched the film first – I don’t know if that was a good move or not, as there’s some definite oddities in the film. The book’s much better, and is a real challenge as to who has the power over our knowledge (very […]

[INTERVIEWED] Women and Technology in the Church

I was interviewed by Oladokun Damilola, an MMU student who was pulling together material for her Masters dissertation in multimedia journalism. Great to share online space with @digitalnun again. My segment starts: You can listen, and read more insights on Oladokun’s website.

Stop saying technology is causing social isolation

Love this article that came through my feed this morning – see this early extract: People like to criticize current society. Not necessarily the current society relative to us, but the contemporary society of the time they live in. It’s just so cool to romanticize the past even if it makes us feel bad about […]

#TDC15: 7679 Total Tweets (So Far)

I quite enjoyed finding epilogger a couple of years ago, neat (free) way to collect tweets into one place (sure the paid version has all kinds of exciting features!) … so here’s the tweets from Thinking Digital: a conference for those curious about how technology is shaping our future (so far 8 years Newcastle based, but […]