Our latest podcast ended up being a tad longer than planned – clearly a sign of a lively, engaged discussion. In talking about various aspects of the attention economy, we managed to hold each other’s attention for a good 45 minutes. This episode's show notes were written by Thomas Stoeckle. Many ‘attention economists’ these days quote Nobel Laureate Herbert Simon and his observation that a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention. It is certainly a quote that has aged well, … [Read more...] about SDF Podcast 21: Attention, meaningful content and post-apocalyptic novels
The myriad sensors which offer so many opportunities for information collection also gather private data. Can a balance be struck between the two? The content previously published here has been withdrawn. We apologise for any inconvenience. … [Read more...] about Are smart cities and digital privacy at odds?