Armies of anonymous digital consumers and online shoppers have less of an opportunity to socialise and to experience (diverse) intercultural and generational social settings, and hence experience less and less local, community-centred interaction and culture. In short, the over-use of Digital Age technology has the potential to hollow out our social and cultural existence


Digital Age tools like the internet/social media are supposed to bring us closer together, yet there are cultural disconnects that digital tech use appears to be enhancing. Cultural icons of yesteryear have cottoned on and are, thankfully, beginning to speak out: levelling criticism squarely at ‘millennials’ for allowing this to happen on their watch |



Theatrical productions

Digital home entertainment vs. Decline of theatre & cinema
Piracy/Sreaming vs. Film industry revenues

Sporting Spectacles

Culture of enjoying live sport in public places
Ticket Touting vs. online resale

Catch up ‘Binging’ behaviours



Napster Revolution
Entertainment centricity vs. quality
Ticket Touting



Modern Art
Decline of hand-crafts
3D printers
Digital forgeries


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