‘Not connected’ — does that phrase cause certain tension or anxiety to rise within you? It is a simple message with significant repercussions: communication ceases, information remains static, and FOMO begins to set in!
By: Michael McQueen
Imagine a world where you enter a retail store and are instantly identified by your mobile phone. Your preferences, credit card details and buying history are immediately recognised along with your identity and from that moment on, the entire in-store experience is customised to your needs and desires.
It is hard to refute the statement that we are now living in the great screenage. Screen-based devices are now a regular part of our day to day lives and have a monumental impact on the emerging generations.
By: Clare Bruce
More than half of all Australia’s young people have experienced cyberbullying – that’s bullying using the web, smartphones or social media – and parents are being urged to become more aware.
By: Reuben Skewes
With the world population at 7.5 billion people, and those that identify as Christian at 2.4 billion, there is still much to be done. Thankfully, the opportunities to share Jesus are endless! Especially online!
Dear Dr Justin, a few weeks ago we found our ten-year-old son looking at an explicit website on his iPad. He says he found it accidentally when he was looking for games and we believe him.
By: Clare Bruce
Today’s children are the first “born with a phone in their hands”, not knowing what it’s like to live without web-connected devices close at hand.
By: Robert Garrett
New technology releases have a habit of introducing a bunch of new, ‘must have’ functions that are solutions to problems we never knew we had. However, Apple’s latest mobile operating system – iOS 12 has an interesting new function called Screen Time.