This is a blog about technology, career, and the future of work.
We are more connected than we ever have been before; in the UK many of us can now access the internet 24/7 (and we in turn are accessible 24/7). The internet is no longer a separate thing that we log into every day to check our e mails; it is inextricably linked to life. It mediates how we learn, work, travel, talk to each other, organise (and self-organise), share ideas, and explore.
I will be writing about topics such as the economics of the internet, online power structures, hidden inequalities, future automation, and what all of those things mean for people who are trying to make careers for themselves. I hope to spark discussion; please comment as much as possible, especially if you disagree with me.