• Offscreen #21

Offscreen Magazine

Offscreen #21

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Offscreen is an independent print magazine that explores critical perspectives on technology through earnest conversations. As a slow, thoughtful counterbalance to the fast-paced, buzzword-heavy tech coverage online, our publication examines how we shape technology and how technology shapes us.

In this issue:

  • Kim Goodwin - The leadership coach believes effective human-centred design requires better decision-making – not pixel-pushing.
  • James Bridle - Rise against the machines: the artist and writer warns of a future clouded and dominated by technology.
  • Renée DiResta - The research pioneer who helps to expose the spread of disinformation and conspiracy theories on social media.
  • Nathan Schneider - Making work work for all: the cooperative model as an alternative to the robber-baron tech economy.

 Melbourne, Australia; 160x220mm; 128 pages

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