It's interesting watching someone else give an overview of your research, here's one of the Imperial War Museum curators picking out some of the bits that she's found interesting from the book (easy to buy from Imperial War Museum direct, or Amazon). You can read a few other thoughts about my book here.
The Gabriel Collective is a collective of people who follow Jesus and want to see young adults empowered to use online video to reach the digital generations. They're having a meeting today, to which I was invited, and invited to give a 10 minute intro to digital culture/young people ... I couldn't make it in person, so I made a quick video (one take via webcam + iMovie!), based on the lecture I'd given on…
I love the Premier Digital Media conference, I've been involved in it since it started in 2010, and enjoyed looking at what makes material engaging this year - with around 200+ people joining me for the session (36 min video):
Another great piece on criticism - both from others - and from imposter syndrome... dealing with it, without losing our vulnerability. Tell them, I see you, I hear you, but I'm going to do this anyway
When someone is loved, they are transformed, reveal to them they are beautiful. This does not happen if you've been humiliated and devalued. A really interesting talk ranging across many topics including the Holocaust, and everyday life: discover what it means to be a full human coming from vulnerable/fragile relationships.