7 April 2017
Benjamin Franklin used to keep charts of his time spent and virtues lived up to. Today, we use technology to self-track: our hours slept, steps taken, calories consumed, medications ... Read More Exploring the world of self-tracking: who wants our data and why?
30 October 2016
This essay appeared originally in July issue of the Journal of Democracy and is by Daniel O’Maley. What does the Internet mean for political systems, and for human freedom? During ... Read More Review in Journal of Democracy
9 January 2015
Should we fear or welcome the internet’s evolution? The “internet of things” is the rapidly growing network of everyday objects—eyeglasses, cars, thermostats—made smart with sensors and internet addresses. Soon ... Read More Pax Technica: How the Internet of Things May Set Us Free or Lock Us Up
22 December 2012
This is a repost of a University of Oxford press release reporting on work by Rebecca Eynon (OII) and Chris Davies (Dept of Education, Univ. Oxford) on how teenagers ... Read More UK teenagers without the Internet are ‘educationally disadvantaged’