Welcome to the last Weekly Sett of 2018. This year we’ve had a lot of highs, some lows, and plenty of good articles to read. So, if you need something to distract you from the family or to fill the hours between opening presents and Christmas…
In between putting away summer clothes and then getting them out again, we found you some interesting articles from the last week.
As school results come out and the summer winds down, we sat down, read some articles and learned new things.
Here’s our weekly round-up of news to distract you from the fact that we haven’t had a bank holiday this week and won’t for another 79 days. Not that we’re counting.
This week we’ve been reading about the future of tech jobs, GDPR (sorry, sorry), and sharing some hilarious tweets. Enjoy.
A brief history
Information Architecture (IA) originated from library and information sciences - it’s the study of how information is created, managed and organised.
Have you seen Star Trek? If you haven’t, you should. One of the pieces of future tech that is quietly on display throughout the show is the ability to talk to the computer. Whether it’s asking the computer where someone is or ordering a cup of earl…