Social media and mental health issues will not be alleviated by Instagram hiding ‘likes’, much though Facebook might want us to think that.
The ‘factory floor’ of Big Tech are the forgotten workers behind our shiny apps; the Facebook content moderators, the Amazon warehouse workers…
Handwriting on paper may be better for our brains than typing on a screen and also help us recall information better. Who knew?
Google announced plans to stop selling targeted ads based on users’ browser history, a move it claims is a response to user privacy concerns.
Another death in a gender reveal stunt gone wrong, highlights the growing number of people who are literally dying for likes on social media.
Big Tech versus Big Media: the battle escalated in Australia after Facebook blocked news on its platform for Australian Facebook users.
48% of 8-17 years olds see untrue or misleading content at least once a day online. Can we get an internet we can trust on Safer Internet Day?
Defeating the attention economy starts with defining what’s important to us, our values & our purpose, and investing our attention elsewhere.