Back in the years of bell-bottoms and roller disco, great titans fought with calculators. Four decades on, we have the iPhone. Who says war has no benefit?
To further compound our NBN issues, it turns out that half of us that live in our most populated areas are running obsolete connections.
The internet followers of the ‘black pill’ believe that the only inherent value left in the world is what can be achieved through acts of extreme violence. Christchurch certainly fit the bill.
According to one recent study, the average Australian has no problem with the government increasing their surveillance powers over them. But, consider the findings with a heavy asterisk.
Australia’s foremost military mind wants our government to increase control of the internet for our protection. But should we?
I’ve recently just bought my first home. The education we were afforded has left me wholly unprepared for the realities of the situation.
While the internet has seriously damaged democracy, it has also given rise to a series of sub-communities, each believing that their twist on the same thought is equally valid.
They might seem harmless, but the dorky inhabitants of the internet have the political and financial clout to operate the means to justify their ends.
One of the greatest crimes of the internet is the elevation of famous faux-experts. But there’s a reason why Gwyneth Paltrow continues to cash in.
In Europe, citizens have the right to remove themselves from Google. In Australia, our lawmakers don’t respect our privacy all that much.
Ding dong, Google+ is dead. However, before we pay our last respects, I suggest we glance back at Silicon Valley’s other notable failures. Womp womp.
Due to the extreme content they have to filter on our behalf, the mental wellbeing of Facebook’s army of moderators is now finally being discussed.
As a species, we humans have made many a terrible/amazing thing. However, we’re fundamentally a stupid bunch, and I feel that’s what our legacy should be.
Once the NBN is finished, what should be done with our white elephant should be discussed. In fact, New Zealand might have already answered for us.
In an effort to curtail cheating on exams, Algeria has taken the insane step of shutting down the internet for the entire country. Seems entirely reasonable.
There’s a vast division between the science world and flat-earthers. In an effort to bridge the gap, I attended one of their conventions.
For many of us, the issue of digital privacy is a vexing one. We’re not entirely sure about how much we still have, so we’re unsure how hard we should fight to maintain it.
After Facebook betrayed our trust, many of us are wondering if we can do without it. Elon Musk thinks we can. I think we can’t.
Good news! The entirety of the NBN disaster is not yet complete. In fact, we’ve still got a magnitude of pain to endure. Excuse me while my criticism buffers.
Win More Clients is a marketing agency with a difference. To explain how they afford their clients more brand freedom, we sat down with their CEO, Tim Hyde.
According to the former head of ASIO, we’re woefully underprepared to combat the growing threat of cyber-crime.
After Chelsea Manning announced her run for the US Senate and turned up at a MAGA party, she’s faced criticism from both sides, but there might be a positive in that.