Author Archives: shardcore

@tldrlit

Reading is hard. It takes time. Time is difficult to come by when life is filled with tweeting and snapchatting. Yet often there’s that nagging feeling that one should be ‘better read’. There are numerous books that we feel we ought to have read, if only maintain an erudite facade at our next cocktail party […]

@algobola II

Algobola was an experiment investigating social contagion. Using twitter as a propagation channel, I introduced the ‘virus’ into the network, using myself as patient zero. I started the infection at 13:00GMT on 28th October 2014. I knew from the start that there was a danger Twitter would close it down, but I didn’t expect it […]

…made this for…

The internet, and especially the device we keep in our pocket, has been blamed for destroying our attention and stealing our creative impulses. “Put that device down, and go outside and play”, we implore our offspring, whilst tapping and swiping our own lives away. However, just because we’re tapping a screen, does not mean we […]

Silicon Beach 2014

Here I am talking about Guerrilla Epistemology at Silicon Beach earlier this year. Shardcore sharing at Silicon Beach 2014 from Wise Old Uncle on Vimeo.

@algobola

disclaimer Ebola is a serious business, people are dying. The best way to stop the spread of a disease is to contain it at source. There are many organisations actively involved in treating people in West Africa. Do your bit – lobby your politicians and shake them out of their apathy, or make a donation […]