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Why do things the hard way?

by Frank Buytendijk  |  December 17, 2018

Each of Yuval Noah Harari’s books are bestsellers. They tackle big questions. “Sapiens” describes the history of humanity. “Sapiens” explores the long term future of mankind. And “21st lessons for...

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New Research: Introducing Digital Connectivism: A New Philosophy for the Digital Society

by Andrew White  |  November 3, 2016

My colleague Frank Buytendijk just published several notes that represent his "Fellows" project.  This is a major undertaking that any Gartner Analyst both dreads (its a whole lot of work) and...

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Digital Ethics

by Frank Buytendijk  |  September 2, 2016

With the best of intentions I am finally starting my blog. On digital ethics, the relationship between people and technology, and more philosophical matters. Don’t worry! It won’t be airy-fairy....

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New Research: Toolkit: Kick-Start the Conversation on Digital Ethics, 2016

by Andrew White  |  April 28, 2016

My colleague, Frank Buytendijk and others just published this note: Toolkit: Kick-start the conversation on Digital Ethics, 2016. t takes practice to discuss digital ethics and deal with the associated...

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Of mice and data (Policing and Video Information)

by Andrew White  |  April 10, 2015

There was an intriguing article in today's US print edition of the Wall Street journal.  It was titled, "Police Cameras Create Problems of Their Own".  The article explores the burgeoning...

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Digital Ethics & Humanism - Central to Information Governance for the Digital Business

by Andrew White  |  March 18, 2015

I noted an article today in TechTarget asking, "How Often Should we do a Comprehensive Security Exam?"  I thought this was a valid and useful question.  It is not exactly...

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