Wednesday May 27, 2020

Editor’s Letter: Scaring you is irrelevant

Only a nuclear winter will reduce the amount we interact with devices and the internet

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

4th March, 2018

Connected first hit the shelves four years ago this month. Even in such a short span of just 40 issues before this one, the way we interact as a publication with you, the reader, has changed drastically.

That first Sunday had the novelty of me agreeing to answer questions via Twitter from readers for an hour. Such order is now archaic, as the idea that you need to pick a certain time to reach me online,...

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