Daily Archives: April 24, 2003

LET US BE LUDDITES, CONTINUED

Alas, a Blog asked the following question on Tuesday: If you could name one single piece of technology (and I will leave the individuation problem up to you) the elimination of which would most improve life on earth for us … Continue reading

Posted in How the World Really Works, Preparing for Civilization's End | 6 Comments

WHAT’S YOUR ‘KNOWLEDGE BEHAVIOUR’?

Five years ago I had the opportunity to speak to a group of Canadian press representatives about the future of the news media. They listened to me because I buy their newsfeeds and publications databases for our company’s intranet. They … Continue reading

Posted in Using Weblogs and Technology, Working Smarter | 2 Comments

MORE EXTRAORDINARY WEBSITES (RIGHT-BRAIN EDITION)

Here’s the third instalment of How to Save the World‘s rundown of extraordinary weblogs and websites: Earful of Philosophy: Philosophy Radio is a set of over one hundred audio transcripts on a wide variety of areas of philosophy, including Dawkins … Continue reading

Posted in Using Weblogs and Technology | 4 Comments