The second edition of the Networked Society city index was released on Wednesday – and I was proud to see Stockholm, my hometown, on it. Continue reading
With Augmented Reality (AR), Christmas shopping in the future just might become more interesting. For some shoppers in the UK, it already is. Continue reading
ConsumerLab studies show that smartphone users are spending a considerable amount of time on using ‘everyday’ apps and, in the process, integrating internet use into a more mundane level of their lives than ever before. Continue reading
People tend to have a very intimate relationship with their phones, particularly their smartphones. It’s the first thing a lot of us touch when we wake up in the morning and the last thing we look at before we go to sleep at night. Continue reading
Last week I attended the Monaco Media Forum, an annual event that brings together leaders from media industry. Giants such as Google and Turner Broadcasting Systems, along with hot startups such as Soundcloud and Readmill, were there discussing leadership in the digital media revolution. Continue reading
The NEST Forum has wrapped up in Hong Kong. The looming question is now: What has the gathering accomplished? Did the global debate move anywhere toward bringing learning to everyone, everywhere?
There was a heated moment today during NEST- The Networked Society Forum – when science and a social media advocate went head-to-head on the topic of teachers in education.
Simply through their everyday habits, today’s digital natives will help bring about reforms in education. The rest of us must adopt a new mindset to make it happen sooner rather than later. Continue reading
In our world today, some gaps are so wide and unjust that it’s hard to know where to begin to fix them. I think that one such case is the great divide between who gets to go to school and who doesn’t. Continue reading