Fat or Fiction

 Mid-afternoon treats on the bar are one of the many highlights of working at Digit. It’s also one of the challenges if you’re trying to maintain a healthy diet. In an age where everyone seems to be obsessed with their weight (and confronted…

On Barcelona and Echoes of Antoni Gaudi

 I must admit, I greatly underestimated Barcelona's awesomeness. Having only once been to Madrid as a complete and utter tourist, I expected a little bit of the same - big city, lots of people, good food. However, I was pleasantly surprised and…

THE FUTURE OF THE ARTS: A DIGIT & GUARDIAN INITIATIVE

Technology has had a profound effect on how we create, experience and promote The Arts. In addition to allowing us to break social barriers, it has also brought us closer to a democratic curatorship by extending the art gallery, theatre and cinema…

boyhood, generation and moonrise kingdom

 I saw Moonrise Kingdom on Sunday night in a sold-out theatre at the Hackney Picturehouse. So sold-out, in fact, we were confined to the very last row at the back of the Picturehouse's largest screen. The attic. Banished. Going to an 8:30 film was nevertheless…

Getting motivated in the morning

 We recently hosted another breakfast discussion at Digit, this time on the topic of motivation. We wanted to discuss how technological innovation is opening up new ways to create positive behaviour change, and also to ask the question, is it working?…

unseen narratives: on ted salon london

 Last week, thanks to the good graces of one of my greatest friends (really, she's more like a blonde sister) I attended Ted Salon at the Unicorn Theatre near London Bridge for Unseen Narratives, a TED storytelling event. I came ready with my own printed…

Resistance: Subverting the Camera at The Fine Art Society

 Last week I went to the opening of Resistance: Subverting the Camera at The Fine Art Society.The exhibition included work by a variety of artists, photographers and experimenters all challenging the meaning of photography and cameras in the modern age.…

Mobile Life is live!

 We are excited to announce the launch of TNS’s annual Mobile Life study (our latest collaboration, integrated into the brand new tnsglobal.com, which we also made.)Drawing on the behaviour, priorities and motivations of 48,000 people across 58…

Mark Ronson's Carbon Life Ballet at the Royal Opera House

 Last night I went to see the latest production from the Royal Ballet, Polyphonia/Sweet Violets/Carbon Life, featuring three separate pieces put together by British choreographers Liam Scarlett, Christopher Wheeldon, and Wayne McGregor. The show…