Why I didn’t change my Facebook photo after the recent terrorist attacks in Paris

Posted on 19. November 2015 by Adnan Rahimić Personally, I will use every world’s event to express my opinion about it, whether it was positive or negative event. Although longing to have only positive thoughts expressed in the article, photos, FB status, sadly negative events are much more present and current. It hasn’t even been … Continue reading Why I didn’t change my Facebook photo after the recent terrorist attacks in Paris

The importance of learning how to code in today’s Europe

Posted on 04. November 2015 by Hanna Engblom I have a confession to make. I have, for a very long time, wanted to learn how to code. I have, however, been too afraid to try, convincing myself that I probably need to either be nerdier than I am now, or a maths prodigy in order to … Continue reading The importance of learning how to code in today’s Europe

3 Reasons Why Internet Voting is ‘Far From Home’

Posted on 23. March 2015 by Miloš Djindjic User-friendly technologies make people more prone to the activities that come with electronic, internet or online prefixes. Whether it’s online purchasing, e-banking or gaming, you can almost do everything online nowadays. There is no end in sight to the debate on the impact of new technologies on peoples’ lives. … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Internet Voting is ‘Far From Home’

Living the digital narrative

Posted on 29. June 2014 by Anna Karolin I have two laptops (work and personal), a tablet I use for reading and a high end smartphone for tracking, calling and taking pictures. I know how to operate all major social media sites and can familiarise myself with software with a user-friendly interface within a few hours. … Continue reading Living the digital narrative