Four For Friday (18)

This week’s interesting reads leaning towards culture and the web:

University of Bristol research finds that professionals do not realise their vulnerability online, that principles of professionalism apply to social networks, and that most do not understand privacy guidelines. Now there’s a surprise!

And on the subject of motivation and use of praise as a tool, Carol Dweck’s research finds praise may make a student avoid challenge. In other words, praise may have a significant cost to self-esteem and motivation. Fascinating read.

Joe Kraus of Google Ventures talks about slow-tech and how tech is creating a culture of distraction.

Finally, do you have a bunch of energetic, curious kids on your hands this summer? In London, look up GoToTech. In New Delhi, look up Newton Club for Kids. Yes, you are welcome!

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