Monthly Archives: May 2011

“Face it the digital revolution is over”

Back in 1998, Nicholas Negroponte published ‘Beyond Digital’, Wired (issue 6.12, December) in which he predicted that “digital-ness” would just become part of the wallpaper: “Its literal form, the technology, is already beginning to be taken for granted, and its connotation will become tomorrow’s commercial … Continue reading

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Post-digital or die!

Take a look at this post, from Welcome to Optimism, weblog of communications agency Weiden and Kennedy, London (famous for their Old Spice and Nokia campaigns) for a look at how advertising companies are debating the ways in which digital … Continue reading

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National Civic Day

Our symposium happily coincides with National Civic Day, 25th June, which is about celebrating the city where you live. Bristol Civic Society are organising an event to celebrate.  They say: “Our theme in Bristol is to celebrate our public spaces. We … Continue reading

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