Editor’s note: A good analysis of current tech trends and where they are taking us . . .
Editor’s note: Ger Driesen pees into the future of technology and the implications for learning.
Editor’s note: A camp without technology. What are the effects? This is a thoughtful piece on our reliance on technology.
Editor’s note: How should we bethinking about technology? Although PCs are in decline they represent a big chunk of the market. Maybe consumers are just going with what they feel comfortable with . . .
Editor’s note: Jukian Stodd reflects on his company’s decision to switch off Skype. Time to think about developing a more open tech ecosystem in organisations?
Editor’s note: If you want to get the neurons firing today the read this piece and have a think on it. The pace of tech change and its impact on how we live our lives is worth thinking about.
Editor’s note: Mentioned at yesterday’s Learning and Skills Group summer conference, here is the link to the list of McKinsey’s disruptive technologies.
Editor’s note: Interesting piece on the future workplace and how we are failing to use technology to its full potential.
Editor’s note: A mini tour of how technology is changing the way teachers and students operate – includes some of the new tech tools being developed in this sector.
Editor’s note: fascinating debate on whether technological change is accelerating. The debate is between Andrew McAfee, associate director and principal research scientist, MIT Centre for Digital Business and Robert J. Gordon, professor, Social Sciences, Northwestern University.
Editor’s note: Analysis of the impact of technology on productivity. This quote sums up the piece: ‘At a time when digital technology has been exalted to a position of almost religious authority, productivity growth has fallen—not just in the United States but in other advanced nations, too.’
Editor’s note: Approaches to managing the different user personas, from early adopters to laggards, when it comes to adopting new tech.
Editor’s note: A bit of tech for a Monday. Here’s Sony’s prototype tablet – designed to educate.
Editor’s note: Technology has taken over our lives. Could it help us reclaim our lives too? The conscious computing advocates think so. Thanks to @c4lpt for sharing.