Monthly Archives: April 2012

Hidden pain

“Wow, you broke your arm? That must hurt!” “That cut looks serious. You should get to emergency.” “Your eye looks completely blood shot. Is it sore?” It’s easy to sympathise with, or understand someone, their pain is visibly obvious. If their arm is in a cast, or they’re bleeding, or some other palpable injury. For… Read More »

Privacy is dead, long live privacy

I firmly believe that privacy is an evolving concept, significantly altered by each new generation. The expectations of privacy experienced for instance by Baby Boomers is different to the expectations of privacy experienced by Generation-X, which in turn is different to the expectations of privacy experienced by Generation-Y. Comparing the privacy expectations of each generation… Read More »