We've all seen it or done it: you're at dinner and at some magic point in the night, everyone reaches for their phone and is quickly immersed in their own private world of cat videos, K-pop, art directed dinner or sport.
We hope you enjoyed the Podcast. Here are some links to some of the things Karalee, Doris and Natalie touched on this edition:
Karalee mentioned Christopher J Ferguson and Danah Boyd who are quoted in this article published by the Pew Research Centre:
Millennials will benefit and suffer due to their hyperconnected lives
By Janna Anderson And Lee Rainie.
In a survey conducted by the Pew Research Centre about the future of the internet, technology experts and stakeholders were fairly evenly split as to whether the younger generation’s always-on connection to people and information will turn out to be a net positive or a net negative by 2020.
- More about the Pew Research Centre: Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world.
More about Christopher J Ferguson: Christopher J. Ferguson is associate professor and department chair of psychology at Stetson University, Texas.
Fake news in the news - how the mainstream media is reporting it, what Google and Facebook are doing about it:
- What is Google Assistant, how does it work, and which devices offer it? - Pocket Link - 17 May 2017
Neighbours...not a fan? Here are some fast facts to catch you up:
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