Media outlets thrive on the alarming news about the negative impact of digital technologies on our lives. We are especially worried when we read the news about children and young people. With carefully selected quotes from scientists published on reliable, trusted platforms, we have no choice but to believe that it’s all doom and gloom. Here is what we can do about it.
I was invited to speak at this online panel organised by the University of West England: “Mental Health Panel Discussion – “Switch it off” – the media, a global pandemic and its impact on us”. Join us!
I have thoroughly enjoyed this little book by the Norwegian explorer, Erling Kagge. Here is why silence is so important.
This is a relatively small, but very powerful social media campaign from Mind team highlighting the importance of reporting mental health topics appropriately.
It’s a very busy month at Voxel Hub so the blog is quiet, so I would like to encourage you to take some time off screen too and use those longer, quieter, darker evenings to pick up a book and read. Here is my eclectic November reading list
Here is my response to the Social Dilemma docudrama with useful links to more reviews, trusted people and digital wellbeing tips for people working with children and youth. Let me know what is missing…
New report on sleep and some tips from us too.
Check out the Take A moment campaign in support of Mind.
Bath Digital VIRTUAL festival starts today. Since it is happening online and we can all access it for a small ticket fee, I would like to highlight the sessions I really like. Here are my top choices.
Today I would like to look at a common assumption in our approach to digital wellbeing – the notion of separate reality online and offline.