Posts Tagged: Tools

A Core Suite of Tools – Is Tech Plateauing?

A piece in today’s Independent got me thinking today about the core suite of tools that we might deem are irreducible. The article argues that Apple needs to do again what it did with the iPod, iPhone etc. and create a device that fills a desire we didn’t know we had. I need to think

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On Tools, And Desires | It’s Never the Knife That Stabs

Lots of news channels yesterday discussed research that has been done that suggests that greater amounts of screen-time correlates with increased potential for depression and anxiety in children. The Indie reported: The report found that excessive “screen time” – more than four hours a day – was linked to anxiety and depression and was responsible

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Reflections on Apple2 : Heidegger : Technology

Excellent time at Apple2 last night. Alistair Duncan from The Garden kick-started proceedings with an introduction to Heidegger’s philosophical framework, and how this impacted his thinking on technology later on in his life after the scandals surrounding Nazism had died down a little. Though his later language is more poetry than hard logic, Heidegger is

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