Monthly Archives: September 2016

Snap gains sight, as it farewells chat

Snapchat launches Spectacles – its video and audio recording wearable for funsters and parents… While the yet to be discussed personal security implications of Spectacles is yet to be  acknowledged, let alone realised by the majority, they hint towards a very near future of integrated wearables. Much in the same vein as mobile phones effortlessly transformed into smartphones and

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Context Matters

A timely reminder to never underestimate: the importance of context the power of media technologies to misconstrue intent “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do is in Harmony.” Mahatma Gandhi. — Tiffanny Junee (@TiffannyJunee) September 14, 2016 (One does hope the Duke and Duchess don’t mind being used in this instructive context)  

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What’s the true cost of Marriage Equality?

This is one of the best interviews I’ve ever seen. Great depth in storytelling, empathy with subject and not surprisingly, it got me thinking… What does it cost to enable people who love each other to marry? Rightly or Wrongly: Judgement is a human and societal default  Modern western society judges a woman’s worth by two things: her ability to get married

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