Monthly Archives: June 2013

Will Google Glass actually harm our perception of the world rather than aid it?

I am as keen on tech gadgets as the next person but I can’t help but wonder if the advent of virtual technology actually takes something away from our perception of the world, rather than adding to it. There is … Continue reading

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As Strong As Your Weakest Link

As the old saying goes “You are only as strong as your weakest link”. ¬†Interestingly, in the recent rash of data disclosures from Edward Snowden and his predecessors, the weakest link could well turn out to be of America’s own … Continue reading

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A Maker of “Things”

“The problem is we no longer make ‘things’“. ¬†So said an unemployed European architect in a recent BBC programme, on the problems of unemployment in that part of the world. The Manchester City replica jersey that he bought when on … Continue reading

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