Just To Keep You Thinking

“There is no more powerful force to change every institution than the first generation of digital natives. The world, including business, will hinge on a new set of principles” Don Tapscott

“The internet as a noun has become the internet as a verb. It has become a set of conversations. An era in which user-generated content and social networks became the dominant phenomenon” Philip Evans

“The self as we once knew it no longer exists, and I think that an abstract, digital universe has become part of our identity” Abha Dawesar


“Technology is the seventh kingdom of life. And we have a moral obligation to invent technology so that every person on the globe has the potential to realize their true difference” Kevin Kelly

“If you don’t treat humans as special, if you don’t create some special zones for humans – especially when you are designing [or integrating] technology – you’ll end up dehumanizing the world. And what we have done in the last decade is give information [and data] more rights than are given to people” Jaron Lanier

“The greatest task before civilisation at present is to make machines what they ought to be, the slaves, instead of the masters of men” Havelock Elis

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Author: Jason Harding

18 Jul You Have A Quiz Next week Guys …

Hi Guys, You have a quiz next week (Week Four - Taken In Your Normal Workshops), 'Learned Standpoint', worth 10%. This is what I used to write it.   Lectures One Lecture Two Lecture Three. And the associated TED Talks from Kelly, Evans, Tapscott, and Acquisiti.   You can now find all the information you...

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13 Jul Brief Breakdown Of Don Tapscott

Hi Guys. And again as promised, below is a brief breakdown of Don Tapscott's TED talk. Same deal here - a PDF version of this breakdown has been added to the Lecture Two content area as well. Don Tapscott - Four Principles For The Open World.    The focus is on 'openess' - which denotes...

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