I'm delighted to share the second volume of ArchiTechs, an on-going series of long form essay that explores how individuals are leveraging new technologies to access a scale and scope of power that was traditionally reserved for large organizations and associations.
Those of you who have been reading this blog for a while know that I've been working on ArchiTechs intermittently since 2011! I found the subject so interesting that I could never close out a chapter - I kept finding
This post explores some of my thoughts around concepts of Digital Culture. You can find the other related entries HERE. In my last post on cyber-vigilantism , I wrote about the three elements needed for such acts to take place: The violation of a social
The Heroes We Need ? This post explores some of my thoughts around concepts of Digital Culture. You can find the other related entries HERE. One of my favorite moments in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight is the final scene where Lt. James Gordon
In a world permeated by online social tools, individuals are willingly publishing more and more information about themselves. From the earliest iterations of blogging platforms such as Angelfire and Live Journal pages, people began discovering opportunities to share their thoughts with