The Impact Of Technology Reading List: Technology Rewiring Youth’s Brains? An aggregated reading list of the best, in-depth thinking from around the web on the impact of technology and social media, curated by Nathan Jurgenson and Cyborgology. “Behaving as if our digital data is fleeting can cause serious trouble” “engineers should take up the case, fight fire with fire, and set their sights on designing anti-racist apps” “Social Media” didn’t get anything wrong or right. Reporters got things wrong” “There’s something beautifully noncommittal about Snapchat that flies in the face of what we’ve always known photography to represent” “I’m tired of contributing to the commodification of my own existence” “Silent presence sometimes the only possible response to tragedy, but it’s an affordance of embodied presence. Online presence must speak” “There was no correlation between how much money users paid and how well they were treated” “No, technology is not “rewiring” young people’s brains” “Holiday cards were mostly maudlin crap as if that could make any real difference for stopping wars” “A History of the Digitalization of Consumer Culture” Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts cyborgology social media theorist, sociologist, musician, photographer. write for @cyborgology, @theatlantic, @newinquiry. co-chair, Theorizing the Web conference #TtW13 Website Latest Posts By cyborgology The Impact Of Technology Reading List: Can Images Create Meaning? The Impact Of Technology Reading List: For Some, The Internet Is Utopia The Impact Of Technology Reading List: Digital Technology & Abundance Previous articleThe Similarities Between Montessori And Digital Learning Next articleWhat Jeremy Lin’s NBA Success Means For Education Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.