Introduction to Dakota Digital Review

The cartoonist Walt Kelly said it best, “We are confronted with insurmountable opportunities.” What sorcerer or ancient magician could have imagined what we take...

Introduction to the Dakota Digital Academy

The Dakota Digital Academy (DDA) gained traction this fall with engagement by numerous faculty and administrators across the North Dakota University System (NDUS). Thanks...

News Desert: Losing Our Local Newspapers in the Digital Age

One day last year, my sister approached me to ask a journalistic favor. Carol owns a chocolate shop in Somerville, New Jersey, a county seat about 40 miles west of New York City, and the place where I began my reporting career in 1975. The borough’s government, Carol told me, was going to quadruple the charge for on-street parking from 25 cents to one dollar an hour and cut back on the free evenings and holidays. Worse yet, the price hike was supposed to take effect at the start of the Christmas shopping season. Along with a group of...
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Dune or Done? COVID’s Avoidable Catastrophe

Imagine someone growing up in a vast desert. One day, this young man or woman...

Artificial Intelligence, Cyberattacks & the Next Cold War

It’s easy to confuse the current geopolitical situation with the 1980s at the end of...

News Desert: Losing Our Local Newspapers in the Digital Age

One day last year, my sister approached me to ask a journalistic favor. Carol owns...

Closer to the Robo-Rubicon: Robots, Autonomy and the Future (or Maybe Not) of You

Seven years ago, Maj. Gen. Robert Latiff and I wrote an opinion article for the...

Here, There, and Everywhere: Human vs Cyber Space in Art

Recently, we interviewed David Borlaug, the president of The Capital Gallery, about the differences and...

Robophobia: Work in the Age of Robots

The nation today is still recovering from the unprecedented effects of widespread shutdowns in response...

Not Naturally So: Digital Education’s Failures Exposed In Post-COVID World

The road to Hell is paved with good intentions, we often hear. Considering the drive...

The Great Boston Fire & Epizootic of 1872

Disease & Technological Transformation At 7 p.m. on November 9, 1872, a fire started in the...

The Pandemic is Accelerating Digital Transformation: Downsides & Remedies

Human society faces disruption and tumultuous change far more unprecedented and historic than a pandemic.