• Goodbye, Internet – Google’s Eric Schmidt predicts its disappearance


    Eric Schmidt thinks the internet will disappear - but grow more powerful than you can possibly imagine.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Rumours, Lies and Post-Digital Critical Thinking


    There's a generation of people - this born before the mid-80s - who have lived in the pre- and post-digital worlds. What responsibilities does this "bridge generation" have?

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Post-digital lifestyle


    One of the first speakers announced for NEXT Berlin 2012 is the post-digital creative Jeremy Tai Abbett. Together with Freunde von Freunden magazine, we accompanied him for a day and talked with him about his projects and thoughts on post-digital.

  • Wearable computing should be invisible computing


    Could wearable data-collectors and their ilk be the heralds of the age of unconscious computing?

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Sami Niemelä – what happens when the computers disappear?


    What does service design look like in a post-digital world, when the computer and the mobile have faded into the background? Sami Niemelä looks at an age when the magic has passed…

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Street furniture for a digital age


    Some bright ideas for rethinking our public spaces and street furniture in the digital (and post-digital) age.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • René Obermann – What’s beyond digital?


    At NEXT Berlin 2012 René Obermann, CEO of Deutsche Telekom, established that today the transition between digital and post-digital is complete or at least will be in the near future. In his keynote speech Obermann explained why this paradigm shift represents a threat and a great opportunity at the same time.

  • The 2012 bubble has a name: Social Media & Advertising Agencies


    Official blogger Dimitris Kalogeropoulos asks if we're in a social network bubble - or a social media one - and if the bubble bursting will herald the post-digital age.

    By NEXT Berlin

  • Four questions for… Russell Davies


    The man credited with coining the phrase "post-digital" worries that too much weight is being put on the term…

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Cities in the post-digital era


    Is an open data system the next big infrastructure requirement for our cities? And can our public bodies rise to the challenge?

    By Adam Tinworth

  • The Post-Digital Week – 1st April


    The week in post-digital thinking, starting and ending with watches…

    By Adam Tinworth

  • What could a post-digital company look like?


    How deeply does a company need to integrate social media and big data before it truly becomes ready for the challenges of the post-digital age?

    By Adam Tinworth

  • The Post-Digital Week – 25 Mar


    This week people have been hybridising: mixing visual cues of the past and future, job roles with one another and life with death…

    By Adam Tinworth

  • The Post-Digital Week – 18 Mar


    Post-digital discussions from the last week, on definitions, paradoxes, contexts and windsurfboards.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • What lies beyond Marvel’s Infinite Comics?


    Marvel Comics are launching a new digital format and a physical/digital hybrid that might just be something near post-digital

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Queues for the new iPad: not Post-Digital yet?


    Last week my colleague Martin wrote an excellent post suggesting that Apple was becoming a post-digital company. And I agreed with him. But when I passed the queue you see above at my local Apple Store, where people were waiting patiently – if excitedly – to buy the new …

    By Adam Tinworth

  • The Post-Digital Week – 11 Mar


    A simpler set of links this week, but still post-digital for your pleasure…

    By Adam Tinworth

  • TV isn’t digital, let alone post-digital


    Of all our home entertainment devices, the TV seems the least digital, let alone post-digital. Are we waiting for a revolution, or is there a reason it has changed so little?

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Apple is Post-Digital


    Apple is not only dominating the Post-PC world, it’s also the first major Post-Digital company (and may well also dominate the Post-Digital world).

    By Martin Recke

  • The Post-Digital Week – 4 Mar


    Is post-digital an empty buzzword, the end of something or the beginning of something new? All three possibilities have arisen this week, as we compile the best links from around the web.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Digitally extending the life of consumer goods


    Can a post-digital storytelling technique give our consumer goods longer and more valuable lives?

    By Adam Tinworth

  • First speakers confirmed for NEXT Berlin 2012


    70 days to go until NEXT Berlin 2012 and we’re now very proud to present and announce our first confirmed speakers for 2012. Besides the renowned technology historian George Dyson there are some other names that might meet with your interest.

    By Anja Waltemate

  • The Post-Digital Week – 26 Feb


    From downbeat buzzword posturing to upbeat learning and progress, all the best post-digital reading from the last week. With digital placemats.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Dreaming the Post-Digital Home


    As our media libraries become digital, we're freeing up space in our homes for other things - and post-digital artefacts.

    By Adam Tinworth