Stephen McAlpine shares his reflections on the kinds of experiences we can expect from mission and ministry in the ‘Metaverse’.
A rich and satisfying life doesn’t come from spending hours endlessly scrolling through social media. It comes through knowing Jesus.
A neuroscientist has spent years studying what builds trust between individuals. His findings are remarkable and yet surprisingly simple.
The creator economy involves the proliferating number of individuals who are making an earning by using social media to share their skills and knowledge.
Too many of us are taking on the task of interpreting medical and public health data and procedures we have no knowledge about.
Social media e-commerce is on the rise and the trends are clear: the younger the user, the more likely they are to spend through social media.
Beware the twin fallacies of omniscience and omnicompetence that lead us to believe we’re competent to judge and speak.
Less than a week after the social media giant cancelled the news in Australia, Facebook has again opened its doors to publishers.
“We’re starting to see some major changes in the internet and in the future we’re going to see even more”, says Professor Matt Warren.
I would never attempt to have coffee with hundreds of people every day and listen to all their opinions about the world. So why on social media?