So I'm working on developing a highly branded blog for discussing this very space of political technology: www.politicaltechwatch.com
I'm seeking young, creative and curious minds - I want to find people who are excited about the space. There will be some discussion about the general intersection between massive tech firms and the political sphere (i.e. Social media, internet access, telephone providers etc.) however the primary focus will be on the rather young and progressive companies specifically devoted to the space.
This truly is a passion project but could certainly be leveraged for personal professional development. Please send me a DM or shoot me an email at email@example.com if you think you would be interested in getting involved and we can go from there.
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Analog has been superseded by its digital counterparts in so many areas of tech and in most of those cases, digital has so many advantages over the analog way of doing things that no one would consider going back to the old way of doing things.
Audio is one area where not everyone is convinced that digital is better. On one hand, digital is more accurate but analog recording/playback introduces imperfections that people like so much that they won't settle for digital.
What other areas are there where the digital way of doing things has its critics with many preferring the analog way of doing things?