Social Media can be used for a lot of good. Take the Arab Springs uprisings for example; Facebook, Twitter and YouTube were instumental for organising, coordinating and spreading the word about protests for the political movement. And as social media continues to develop with the introduction of live videos, stories and locations… it will increasingly continue to be instrumental in political events. Continue reading
The internet has created an information overload…
To make sense of such large amounts of information, aggregation and curation of content have become increasingly valuable. Continue reading
You know those relationships you look back on and realise that you were so blinded by love that you didn’t realise what you were missing out on and that what you had wasn’t really that good?
Well, the iPhone is a little bit like that. Continue reading
“Our leisure time is now to be spent producing information for the vulture industries of Google and Co, in an unequal exchange of information. In exchange for the poll tax of personal data, we get to watch each others cat videos, while Google becomes some new version of the state, presiding over all our bitty lives, master of all our data, in aggregate.” – McKenzie Wark
Welcome to the iManor. Continue reading
Let’s talk about netflix… Continue reading
Liquid Labour: Labour set to the flow of information, not a machine.
A liquid life is vastly different from the industrial labour of our economies past… but is it good or bad? Continue reading
When it comes to Global film industries, certain one’s spring to mind.
Nollywood? Not so much. Continue reading