A comet is about to cause an extinction-level event on Earth, whose inhabitants and leaders perversely look the other way, until it's too late.
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Blockchain explained in medieval manuscript form, the rise of Dungeons and Dragons, pixels and 'digital light', dystopian fiction, pre-internet nostalgia...take your pick.
If you're in London over the summer, check out the Science Museum and the Barbican for this trio of IT-related exhibitions.
Today we're all familiar with the 'pay with data' business model, and its consequences. In this book, Tim Wu explores how your attention became vital for commerce.
'Screenwise' provides advice on guiding kids through the digital world, while 'Worried About the Wrong Things' urges more focus on the opportunities available to children online.
Fake news has been around far longer than last year's US Presidential election and the Brexit vote, but the internet allows BS to spread further than ever.
Over six years of filming, Laura Poitras follows the elusive and distant Wikileaks founder from a friend's Norfolk estate to his Ecuadorian Embassy bolt-hole.
Digital Countercultures and the Struggle for Community, book review: Alternatives to the dominant narrative
The internet should be able to support communities on the fringe of the mainstream, says professor of communication Jessa Lingel in a book built around three contrasting case studies.
After spending a school year observing and interacting with a class of teenagers, two LSE researchers emerge with useful insights on growing up in the digital age.
This absorbing book examines the use and misuse of 'track estimator' technologies like Hawk-Eye in several sports.