Checking your smartphone again? It’s an object of emotional supply
6th May 2016

There it is, in your pocket itching away. Did you feel it buzz? Did you check it anyway, even if you…

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Has AirBnB Lost its soul? The breaking dream of the sharing economy
14th January 2016

The Internet was supposed to be the great disruptor. It was going to unleash a “sharing economy” that would enable people to…

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The Spectre of Memory: Psychoanalysing Bond
16th November 2015

Bond is not really a man for the analytic couch – he has little time for self-reflection, what with all that…

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Don’t Swipe Left: “Tinderisation” – understanding choice and meaning in the digital age
18th September 2015

I’m pretty much in love with interdisciplinary perspectives. Quite simply, this perspective allows for a variety ways or theories to understand a…

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Internet Privacy is About More than Security: it’s about psychology too
27th July 2015

Internet privacy probably isn’t quite the topic of concern that it probably ought to be. It strikes me that if people…

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When you can’t reach out and touch someone: more research into psychotherapy by Skype
14th July 2015

Pretty much every American from my generation can still sing the AT&T jingle, “Reach out and touch someone” – a jingle…

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