Digital

Fast food media

Comparisons between the already observed changes in journalistic standards and fast food are nothing new. The term McJournalism – for instance, has been used to describe this phenomenon, and infotainment* and enthralling*, yellowing, and general tabloidisation of the media environment have been thoroughly discussed and analyzed thoroughly discussed and analyzed for a decade. The most delicious aspect […]

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Digital

The nature of representation in media

In the Throne Room of Heaven gathered are a dog, a cat, and a cockroach. They looked, and behold, a door opened. God Almighty appeared with news for them to forward to Earth: “the human world will end in a week”. The dog returned to Earth and reported to all the other dogs there are […]

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Archetype of the future

Or how different ideas from science fiction become reality… There are already ideas from science-fiction stories that have become reality, such as, for example, the numerous inventions of Star Trek, which media writes about often. But here I have in mind non-physical artefacts -thoughts and concepts that are quite possible to materialize as a social […]

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Digital

What impact is social media having on our relationships?

Online and offline communication is now, more than ever, harder to distinguish as the two have become integrated into one another. As we shape our online identity, we incorporate the most attractive aspects of our offline lives which evidently has an effect on our relationships, our identity and our experience of the present. But how […]

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Digital

Is digital media democratizing society?

Technology and digital media are inseparable part of contemporary society. Most of the activities in industrialized countries today are digitalized or implemented through technology or a computer. Some see this as a simplification of work, but others criticize the uncertainties and challenges that technology and digital media might bring. A controversial digital phenomenon is the […]

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Sex Robots: How Do They Change Our Perception Of Sex?

Robotics trade fairs show us all kinds of inventions, and predictably, even sex robots. In this article I will propose to you a thought experiment based not only on facts, but also a bit of fantasy. What will happen if these robots, or the services they offer, manage to significantly (to use the marketing term) […]

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Arts & Culture

How to create your own virtual reality?

Have you ever heard about people who can control their dreams, like their own little virtual reality? It may sound spiritual, but according to scientific research everyone should have the ability to do it. Scientists have termed this event ‘lucid dreaming’ and supposedly it occurs during the so-called ‘rapid eye movement’ phase of dreaming. When […]

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Arts & Culture

Japan: a sneak peek

I’ve always thought that sightseeing on short holiday trips are fun but not as satisfying, real and exciting as a long trip, where you get to immerse yourself in the culture, meet people and spend time with the locals. The best kind of travel involves not just buying souvenirs, but actually talking to people, listening […]

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Digital

Digitalization in the Classroom – Pros and Cons

The social and economic progresses we experience today have brought numerous changes to our everyday lives. In doing so, the ways in which we perceive the world are constantly changing. With the increased development and mass usage of digital technologies in daily life, it is both expected and understandable that sooner or later we would […]

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Arts & Culture

Are theatre festivals fun?

Is it fun to spend your day with a bunch of creative funny people? Is it truly worth to dedicate your day for the belle art? Well yes, in my opinion it is, and because our magazine speaks about things that inspire, I thought to give you a glimpse at what it means to work […]

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