Sherry Turkle’s Alone Together seeks to explore the changing relationship humans have with machines. She questions whether people are beginning to rely more on technology and less on other people and whether living in an age of connectivity ultimately leaves people more alone.
Charles Morgan takes readers on a remarkable journey into the world of “big data” in which he claims more than ever, corporations and governments are critically examining the legal and ethical limits "big data" can be used.
David Weinberger claims that the ways in which we are sharing and generating knowledge through the Internet is changing the way we view the creation of knowledge. He argues hierarchical notions of expertise, decisive facts, static information, and grand narratives are gone.
Candygirl is written in a simple and straight forward language that is both easy to understand and interact with.