Nishant Shah The Indian Express Group
Sunday 22 December '13The Section 377 debate shows that the digital public sphere can make a difference
Saturday 23 November '13A host of social networks find us more connected than ever before, but leave us groping for words in the digital space.
Sunday27 October '13We need to think of privacy in different ways — not only as something that happens between people, but between you and corporations.
Sunday22 September '13Could the explosion of self-images on the internet be more than narcissism?
Sunday25 August '13The internet produces pornography that is new, strange and unprecedented. How can you regulate it?
Sunday28 July '13How the internet becomes a shrine for those who have passed away
Sunday16 June '13Beware of online threats, as the distinction between friends and foes is false on the internet
Saturday15 June '13An account of the exploits of the digital world, which could have packed so much more
Sunday12 May '13Technologies are no longer abstract. They’re habits.
Saturday27 April '13Where code trumps socio-political realities
Sunday21 April '13A list of apps to help you wander with ease.
Sunday7 April '13Social networks track our world but not relationships.
Sunday10 March '13Internet memes are bringing us closer again
Sunday17 February '13The importance of making information accessible and universal.
Sunday27 January '13Aaron Swartz fought the good fight, one in which all of us have a stake.
Sunday13 January '13The social Web has been an ominous space at the start of 2013.
Sunday30 December '12Our present is the future that our past had imagined.
Saturday8 December '12A hitchhiker’s guide to the internet and how it has restructured our reality
Sunday9 December '12SMS has lived a full life in the last two decades, from being a rarity to becoming ubiquitous to gently fading out. But it has changed the way we communicate forever .
Sunday2 December '12Unless you have been hiding under a rock, you have been a witness to the maelstrom of events that accompanied the death of the political leader Bal Thackeray.
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