'Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art'
New book explores cultural evolution by way of the internet
In a world increasingly driven by rapid advancement in technological capabilities, it can be a little weird to exist as one of those people who, by accident of birth, straddles the line between those largely disconnected from the internet world and those who have no concept of a world without it.
Weekly Time Waster (06-15-2016)
I know, I know – I sure do spend a lot of time with games that are somehow related to colors when it comes to frittering the minutes away. What can I say? I like puzzles and pretty colors – there are worse things. Don’t judge me.
Decade of labor reveals philosopher’s guide to the galaxy
ATHENS, Greece — When you’re trying to fathom a mangled relic of very old hi-tech, it helps to have the manufacturer’s instructions.
Weekly Time Waster – 06-08-2016
Puzzle games are the best. And the worst. But mostly the best. There’s no denying the pleasure of spending some time figuring out the proper moves to achieve your goals, but there’s also no denying the frustration when things just refuse to click.
Tips for raising digitally responsible citizens
The Internet can be intimidating with headlines about hackers, cyberbullying and phishing scams. June is National Internet Safety Month, giving parents the opportunity to talk to their kids about these issues and the importance of safe Internet use. According to a 2015 Pew Research Center study, 92 percent of teens report going online daily, with 24 percent noting they go online “almost constantly.”
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