An interview on Digital Fatigue and here is what we can do

Earlier this month, I was invited by Ehtesham Shahid, a journalist at the Khaleej Times. He asked me about digital fatigue, and I talked about how this prolonged situation of uncertainty and our blurred boundaries online and offline influence our emotional, cognitive, and physical selves, and could reading books save us?  

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From the ChildArt mag: How Not To Feed The Trolls

Before I hit my annual digital sabbatical, here’s something you may find useful, whether you’re a child, teen, or an adult. The article was published in January-March 2019 issue of The Magazine of the International Child Art Foundation, yours truly was a Guest editor on Online safety.

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adio 2018!

My year was very active, full of events and work and travel and excitements, unpredictabilities, and then the sadness of the passing of my dearest one, and again, work and travel and exciting projects, wonderful people and colleagues who support me (thank you DigI team!), and super new things I am doing …

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I’ve been illustrated!

I am so excited – the conceptual artist and illustrator from Belgium, Nima Nilian, approached to me the other day and showed me the illustration/cartoon he made of me geeking out/working on my computer, and asked for permission to publish it online. I can’t get over how multi-talented this artist is and …

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