Category Archives: Technohumanity


Unisa’s digital leap for studentkind

TweetAge is no deterrent to digital awareness! This year the University of South Africa, Unisa, turns 140. It is to become the first in this country with no papertrail on courses (except for students who don’t seek to have or … Continue reading

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The Media are the Muddle

TweetFaced with differing sources who have varying agendas, what does the journalist do? Why, report them all fairly and in a balanced way, of course! The problem with this compromising answer is that it doesn’t disclose the truth. “Balance” can … Continue reading

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Social media as world democracy

TweetSocial media are a world democratic tool. They free up information. Follow me while I think this through! Can there ever be absolute freedom of information? No there can’t but maybe not for the reasons most people imagine. There’s a … Continue reading

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