What are the political consequence of the massive adoption of new information & communication technologies?
These articles explore the evolution of power and dominion in the stupid hipster world that we live in.
#10 – A Pop Camorra
Can a more informed and self-aware visual representation of a criminal phenomenon strengthen civic society’s fight against it?
An analysis of 100 films about organised crime based in Naples and surroundings.
#09 – Who cares about EU communications?
The European institutions spend millions of euros in communication every year. The official reason is to promote a common identity and awareness about EU policies.
What is the unofficial (and true) reason?
#08 – Why you do not work on social media?
Is it true that any company or institution can successfully promote its services and online reputation via social media?
And if the answer is ‘yes,’ at what costs and at what conditions? A guide against social media frustration.
#07 – Fuck you, Startup world?
The Startup scene has attracted infinite global attention, thanks to its promise to make multimillionaires out of any creative looser. What is really behind this media hype and why should we fight the financial hoax, which it hides?
#06 – Cyber security at the School of the Future
Imagine a school where kids learn about media and technologies with the help of short videos.
Imagine the future of school.
Imagine the School of the Future…
#05 – Make better videos with your smartphone. Now!
Videos do it better.
They do it better online (social media, customer service, e-learning), they do it better offline (public events, VR experience, FPV drones), no matter the size of the device.
#04 – Smartphone videomaking: a digital revolution that you can join for free.
If you believe that we are just at the beginning of the digital revolution and that videos are the most effective among all digital tools, you may agree that smartphone videomaking is going to change the world as we know it.
#03 – Is the information society an operating system?
If the spirit of capitalism is a Turing machine and if modern state is a computer, do operating systems and digital societies process information according to similar dynamics, scopes, and outputs?
#02 – Is modern state a computer?
If it is true that the spirit of capitalism is a Turing machine and that people have the power to create happiness, why did men create Modern States, instead?
A historical analysis of an astonishing parallel rise.
#01 – Is the spirit of capitalism a Turing machine?
Is it possible to compare the way in which computers and capitalism work, according to the definition that the British logician Alain Turin and the German sociologist Max Weber have respectively given to them?
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