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A great day out at the Digital Revolution exhibition (Barbican Centre, London, August 2014)

Earlier this week I went to the Barbican Centre (in London) with my daughter to see the current exhibition “Digital Revolution”.

I had looked at the website but I still was not sure what I was really going to find.   436 more words


Mariposas digitales

Para comprender qué tipo de revolución supuso la aplicación de la técnica al arte una buena muestra es la monumental exhibición de arte digital que se está celebrando estos días en la Barbican Gallery de Londres. 273 more words

Arte Digital

So it’s been a while since my last post! Last weekend brought partying and hen party with pole dancing classes which was all a bit mental and I’m still recovering now! 276 more words

Digital Revolution

I finally visited the Barbican yesterday to see the Digital Revolution Exhibition, featuring insights into the visual effects in Inception and Gravity. It’s incredible what Oscar winners Framestore (led by Tim Webber) and Double Negative (led by Paul Franklin) have achieved. 59 more words


(Reblog) The Clearest Trend in the American Workforce Is Not an Encouraging One


To answer Andrew McAfee’s question (at the end of his post), no I don’t see the labor participation rate rising anytime soon. McAfee argues here that “progress in all things digital” is contributing to the decline in the labor force participation rate. 158 more words


The Robot Revolution and Jobs: "Humans Need Not Apply"

Allan reblogged this on Commentary by Allan and commented:

This post by Martin Ford talks about the impact of automation on our economy. This is a topic I've discussed in previous posts, and this is a good update. I echo Martin Ford's recommendation that anyone interested in the subject watch the 15 minute video by C.G.P. Grey (short commercial will play first).