Just like handwriting survived long after the introduction of print, paper is still very much part of our internet-era economy.
In a world full of smartphones, laptops, and tablets, the paper industry is showing surprising resiliency.
Sophie McBain asks what will become of human memory at the age of smartphones, social media, and unlimited storage in the cloud.
A professional musician calls for a rethinking of how we value (and pay) artists in the digital era: Rather, fairness for musicians is a problem that requires each of us to individually look at our own actions, values and choices and try to anticipate the consequences of our choices. I would suggest to you that, […]