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Raising Digital Natives: “Do Grandma and Grandpa Have a Blog?”

If you haven’t heard (it’s not for lack of me trying), I’m moving my family to London for 2 years. As part of the transition I bought all of my kids tablets that they could hold all of their music and books on and that they could also access email, skype and their own blogs. [...]

The larger the group of friends, the fewer pictures they take

I’m at the Say Hi concert with @jenxmusic and I couldn’t help but notice something I found fascinating. As you know from my last post I love people watching and at concerts I’m very fascinated with what social technologies people use. in this case their mobile phones. at a concert it’s no surprise that the [...]

How Digital Media Is Reshaping Our View Of Time And Our View Of The World

If you haven’t seen a Cognitive Media video yet, stop what you’re doing and go watch a few, then subscribe to their blog feed. I love watching the videos they do for The RSA (the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce - longest name ever!) (The RSA’s YouTube channel for animated [...]

Global Trends in Youth Media Consumption and Increased Multitasking

Global Internet media and social media consumption among adults has evolved differently based on regions. The US tends to lead the way, followed with varying levels  of adoption across EMEA (Europe Middle East & Africa), APaC (Asia Pacific & China) and LatAm (Latin America). But youth globally seem to be adopting social media and media [...]