Whether it’s a major news story or a fun YouTube video, our unlimited access to social media has given us unprecedented opportunity to share our opinions.
‘Trolls’ use the distance and anonymity of the online world to say abusive things that they wouldn’t otherwise say to your face.
We’re in a time of important change. Stands need to be taken. But when history looks back may it also be said that we took a stand for civility too.
It’s cultural uncertainty that inspired author Chris Parker’s recent book, The Frog and the Fish: Reflections on work, technology, sex, stuff, truth and happiness.
Forcing a 17 year-old to do something only leads to bitter statements like “You can’t make me!”. One of Australia's leading parenting experts Dr Justin Coulson, gives six steps to a more helpful approach.
In a world where anyone with a phone is a news source and where everyone with social media can become a pseudo-celebrity, it is no shock that what was once sacred is snapped instead.