3 weeks ago

Friday Faves – What We’re Reading This Week

In our Friday Faves for 12 February 2021, we have reads on the future of social networks might be audio, how to train your brain to be more present, and how living in space will change the way we age. Plus our regular Friday Fives, and the Corona Business Insights podcast from Sydney Business Insights.

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4 weeks ago

Friday Faves – What We’re Reading This Week

In our Friday Faves for 10 July 2020, we have reads on why we can’t stop looking at ourselves and talking to our devices, and how to hack your brain to remember almost anything; as well as Corona Business Insights, Friday fives, Friday funnies, and a few more things to keep yourself occupied at home.

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4 weeks ago

Friday Faves – What We’re Reading This Week

In our Friday Faves for 25 September 2020, we are focused on social media companies with a look at The Social Dilemma and ‘Mark [Zuckerberg] in the Middle’. Plus all our regular segments including Friday funnies, Friday Fives, things to do while you’re staying home, and Sydney Business Insights.

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2 years ago

Friday Faves – What We’re Reading This Week

In Friday Faves for 17 May 2019, we have reads & listens on studying the behaviour of AI; the extinct bird evolution recreated; green vs blue; eyeballs the mouse of the future; the week in social media; and The Future, This Week.

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2 years ago

Friday Faves – What We’re Reading This Week

In Friday Faves for 3 May 2019, we have reads, watches & listens on human downgrading; a Notre Dame update; black holes; lack of sleep is killing us; take a complaint cleanse; this week in social media; and The Future, This Week.

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3 years ago

Friday Faves – What We’re Reading This Week

In Friday Faves for 20 April 2018, we have reads & listens on psychological weapons of mass persuasion, the documentary ‘Do you trust this computer?’, trust and the sharing economy, social media use continues to grow, robots assemble IKEA furniture, the science behind using online communities to change behaviour, and The Future, This Week.

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