The Third Digital Revolution[1], a revolution in cyber-physical integration and personal fabrication, is changing the world, and changing humanity, culturally and physically, in the process. The Third Digital Revolution is marked by technological and knowledge breakthroughs that build on the first two Digital Revolutions, and the three Industrial Revolutions that preceded them, which are now fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds - including the human body. The main…

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Digital Revolution changed people's lives

The innovators : how a group of inventors, hackers, geniuses, and geeks created the digital revolution by Walter Isaacson. Click the cover image to check out or request the non-fiction kindle.

This summer’s must-see exhibition in London charts how technology has, is and will affect how we create many forms of art and design.

Barbican - Digital Revolution An immersive exhibition of art, design, film, music and videogames 3 July 2014 - 14 September 2014

Fiona O’Connor examines how neoliberal and digital revolutions have devalued knowledge labour and impoverished its practitioners

Finding and applying for a #mortgage has always been a fairly long-winded and often tedious process, but it seems the mortgage #industry is finally catching up with the digital revolution.

Digital Revolution at the Barbican

Creative Review - Digital Revolution at the Barbican

Advertising’s ‘Mad Men’ Bristle at the Digital Revolution

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Technology has changed art, and this is what it looks like

Discover the rise of digital creativity across the arts in this immersive exhibition of art, design, film, music.

BlueVishnu is raising funds for xxArray: A digital revolution built entirely around you on Kickstarter! xxArray Capture Tour offers access to avatars, personalized rewards and a developer's kit for creation of custom applications.

The Life in Silicon Valley During the Digital Revolution

The Life in Silicon Valley During the Digital Revolution

CEO of NeXT, Steve Jobs outlines the workflow ahead for his team at a company meeting in 1986 in Sonoma, California.