The Digital Ecology and the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

Research question: How has the digital ecology impacted the Palestinian – Israeli conflict? The Palestinian – Israeli conflict has been ongoing since the late 19th century. The world has entered a new era in which digital technology is constantly developing, so it is important to look at the transition of the conflict into the digital … Continue reading

Software and Computer Code

Since I’ve decided to publish my researches on my personal blog, here’s just another research about why it is important to study software and computer code in the digital age. This research answers the questions: what is the digital age / information society? what is software / code? Finally, I used Google as a case study.  Your … Continue reading

Offline e-relationships

‘The Internet is conceived as a space of activity that leads to the formation of new ties, reconfiguring access to new and existing social ties’ (Mesch and Talmud, 585). E-relationships are those relationships which we form through online interactions (e.g. social network platforms) and develop into face-to-face relationship. This phenomenon has become more obvious with … Continue reading

Facebook and Lent!

Alright, I have a confession to make. A few days ago, I have decided to give up Facebook for Lent. I thought it would be easy and a good idea since I spend a few hours going and coming back to check it. Since I’m writing this post, you may well know by now that … Continue reading