Smartphone cameras tend to be more advanced than their clunky, point-and-shoot predecessors. But the allure of cameras from the early 2000s reflects a broader search for meaning.
My Computerised Body
A poem expressing the concern about humans and their relationship with technology.
Headspace Was My Saviour, Then My Crutch
Apps like Headspace may help keep the stress off, but one must be wary of how dependant we get on them and understand that they are not a substitute …
Japan’s Love Affair With the Fax Machine – A Strange Relic of Technological Fantasies
Despite its cutting-edge image, Japan has a soft spot for the decidedly 20th-century machines.
‘The Social Paathshala’: A Mumbai-Based Young Woman’s Initiative to ‘E-mpower’ the Elderly
Mahima Bhalotia takes online classes on the weekends to teach digital tools to senior citizens.
‘Stay Safe, Take Care’: The ‘Non-Cooperation Movement’ Led by the Authorities
Schools, colleges and workplaces don't seem to understand the hurdles of shifting the work online – and have clearly launched a different kind of 'non-cooperation movement'.
How to Tell if Your Digital Addiction Is Ruining Your Life
Ask yourself: what are you doing with the time you’re devoting to your phone, and is it consistent with your values and priorities?