Tech, media & politics for enquiring minds
Thursday, 23 May 2013
is a writer and user experience designer.
Machines and memory
We are all digital archaeologists now, writes Robert Carroll. But in a world where nothing is forgotten, can we learn to forgive?
Behind closed doors
The web's 'open' ethos is moving from the web into the real world. But is this glut of open initiatives stifling innovation and leading to groupthink, asks Robert Carroll.
Technology’s wreckers and machine breakers
Can we learn from the Luddites, or are we, too, slaves to the machine? Robert Carroll says we need to regain control of our tools.