To better understand the Indigenous data sovereignty movement, you have to know what constitutes data and how Native nations have collected it in the past.
The media perpetuate often unrealistic expectations in their technology reporting. This has real and troubling consequences for all of us.
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The Fourth Estate has been threatened by digital publishing. But the new media landscape also presents an opportunity for the press to regain its strength.
Far Right clickbait uses marketing tactics. Clickbait gets attention. Attention gets engagement. Engagement gets audiences. Here’s how to break that cycle.
When 5G fully rolls out, will there be an option to experience the super-interconnected world a little more … slowly?
Sites built with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines make the web user-friendly for everyone. Here are 5 websites that do online accessibility well.
Technology is constantly changing the way people engage with content. Anyone vying for an audience’s attention must keep up with these content trends.
Visitors can’t benefit from a website if they can’t access it, yet very few sites meet minimum ADA requirements. Here’s what to do.
Because of their role in a democratic society, the media have an ethical obligation to educate consumers on how to discern real from fake news stories.