What it means to be 'in the moment' has now expanded to include a small fragment of time wherein a documentation of that moment is captured.
Today, we live in a world dominated by screens. They're in our homes, schools, offices, shopping centres, petrol stations, bars, airports - you name it. Ambient screens have allowed potentially anywhere to become a medium through which content can be displayed. But, where are they? What do we see on them? And, are people actually paying … Continue reading Screen Streets
Concentrating at university is hard enough, let alone when faced with a constant array of push notifications from our mobile devices.
"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but having new eyes" - Marcel Proust I have found the process of researching the relation between Push Notifications and Students very interesting. Initially, I set out determined to prove that push notifications are a major distraction, and I thought, surely, my research must … Continue reading Revelations
For about a week, I have been struggling with thinking of an idea for my BCM212 research task. And then suddenly I found myself confronted with an issue that - although right in front of me - I had never even considered. Push notifications! You know those (annoying) notifications - from Facebook, and Twitter, and … Continue reading When Push Comes to Shove