6 months ago
In Friday Faves for 14 July 2017, we have reads on and a video on digital maturity, lessons on trust, brain augmentation, stopping fake news, and a tech news roundup.
In Friday Faves for 18 August 2017, we have podcasts, videos & reads on the future of work, art in society, livestreaming wearables, horror stories on twitter, and finding the worst solution to your problems.
In Friday Faves for 13 April 2018, we have reads and watches on new ideas & the adjacent possible, leaving academic philosophy, surviving a world without Facebook, Smart Socks, superstitions & Friday the 13th, and evolution explains why we act differently online.
3 years ago
In our Friday Faves for 22 November 2019, we have reads on Google acquiring Fitbit – and your health data; Google says goodbye to TGIF; salary transparency and workplace wellness; the week in social media; and The Future, This Week.
In Friday Faves for 18 April 2019, we have reads on how technology will help rebuild Notre Dame; Fortnite goes corporate; more Fitbits for cows; body hacking in hospitals; inside 15 months of fresh hell at Facebook; this week in social media; and The Future, This Week.
4 years ago
In Friday Faves for 11 May 2018, we have reads on deepfakes, Google Assistant’s humanistic phone calls, Facebook starts dating, Google Lens, and The Future, This Week.
A snapshot of our Sydney Design workshop, exploring how the future of research will be led by wearable technology.
5 years ago
In Friday Faves for 29 September 2017, we have reads on the Robopocalypse (NOT!), the Nokia 3310 returns, Twitter bloats to 280 characters, what tracking is teaching us about animals, and why don’t people return their trolleys?
In Friday Faves for 1 September 2017, we have reads on chatbots helping refugees, hackable pacemakers, Instagram’s anti-troll AI, and our drone-driven future.
7 years ago
The role of technology in design philosophies like Activity Based Working (ABW) should also mean that these strategies should also take into account digital workplace requirements.