Happy medium: Technology experts revert to type

20 : 02 : 2013 Technology : Facebook : Print

London – A new quarterly publication, Can’t Understand New Technology, was launched this month to examine the latest news in technology through a traditional print medium.

The magazine is aimed at those who can understand technology and designed to explore how technology is changing the way we live and work. It contains articles from innovators and experts on the latest developments in the industry.

‘It is about those who can understand new technology and those who can’t,’ says editor Camilla Grey in the first issue. ‘We decided to use old technology to give a platform to those who can.’

With graphics from LinkedIn and Facebook, and modern art juxtaposed against old-style cartoons, the publication combines the traditional and the modern.

This venture is a great example of the rise of platforms that deviate from what we now consider the norm, and revert back to a traditional medium over an online one. For more, read our You, The Editor microtrend.

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