The web is growing so incredibly fast — it’s so dynamic and has so many new applications. Keeping up with the web and figuring out what is new and interesting is difficult. So, we designed building43 to bring together thought leaders in a variety of disciplines and organizations.
The theme addresses an issue with regards to the future of books as the placeholder of ideas. What would happen to storytelling now? Are we ready for a life without books? The seminar will pool contributions from book publishers, designers and multimedia storytellers.
Collection of essays on the evolution of literary studies in the digital age, with theoretical and methodological reflexions on the relationships between nicts and the evolution of the reading/writing/editing practices.
On the anniversary of the first man on the moon, and with the final space shuttle mission set to end Thursday, Wired.com takes a look back at the extraordinary amount of training astronauts go through before they are mission ready.
A researcher at Oxford University has discovered that regularly playing computer games reduces the chances of going to university by a significant amount. [...] [BUT] Those who enjoyed computer games were no less likely to take on professional or managerial posts at the age of 33.