Does using Technology expand your brain? When I began researching digital engagement I found there was an elusive element that could not completely be applied to commonly accepted theories. I consistently found that popular theories only partially explained what I was witnessing as digital engagement. I eventually came across cybernetics, which tends to be dismissed

Download the following Article to see how technology presents as both the solution and the problem. Download the Article ‘Technology Solution or Problem?’ (515kb) Sadly, most of those who are victims of technology are not even aware that it is a problem. And many of those who have found the solution have implemented the solution so

Everything is connected.  See for yourself! I was looking for recipe on the Net when I came across this uTube clip.  I was mesmerised by the three rattling skeletons as they gyrated in preparation for the music. As the singing started I noticed my focus changing to the fluidity of each independent figure but at

Being ‘systems aware’ is important to your success. Click to download the article ‘Society, Systems and You!’ (283kb) Society is a system, made up of systems that are in themselves made of systems. Society is therefore a product of nested systems and increasingly these systems are being affected (disturbed) by technology. Like the grains of sand

Escher and Technology

Why the world looks crazy

Ever think the world has gone crazy? I have found that a good way to explain the inevitable confusion in trying to embrace the macro/micro perspectives that one needs when exploring human relationship with digital technology, is by using Maurits Escher’s lithograph Relativity as an analogy. In Escher’s drawing every focal point has internal consistency