This issue features interviews with Richard Pope, Amber Case, Aza Raskin, and Tricia Wang. Discussions surround putting power into consumers' hands to accomplish a more open digital society, unobtrusive approaches to designing technology, retaining our attention and grasping what's real, and fighting quantification bias in Big Data from the perspective of an ethnographer.
Offscreen is an independent publication that focuses on the human side of technology. Each issue features four interviews that delve into the role of technology in our lives and assesses how technology advances humanity. Offscreen aims to remind us of the human and creative process that goes into what we consume onscreen, and that print is a complimentary medium to digital content.
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