Author page: Judith

Some things never change

For this week’s blog post I wanted to tell a short personal story about how technology changes some things, but doesn’t actually change much. My parents have always loved travelling, this means I was a very lucky child since my parents took me and my sister on trips all over the world. They considered travelling to be an important aspect of growing…

A letter from a bartender

For this week’s blog post I decided to write a letter to all bar or pub goers from my point of view as a bartender. The post was inspired by my experiences at work, and my perception of the atmosphere in bars (or any other place one might go to for drinks and food). It’s my personal opinion, shaped by working in…

‘Thou shall not cheat’ – said the hacker

Our self-created digital world allows us to shift a lot of our daily lives onto the internet. We do our financials online, we shop online, we even date online. It isn’t strange that with the increasing connectedness that the internet provides us there is a market to connect people who are looking for a partner. A comparable, but maybe more disputed market…

Opinion: Something Old, Something New

Life in 2019 is living in the digital age. We have never been as technologically advanced as in this very moment and most of us interact with the digital world on a daily base. The online world is ever evolving and the speed with which we create and improve the technology we use is ever increasing. We live with and through digital…

A Digital World prone to human weaknesses

Throughout history new developments have always brought new risks with them. New forms of transportation brought along new types of incidents, for instance car crashes. New weapons have brought new forms of destruction, most notably the atomic bomb. Nowadays the development of cyberspace within of our digital world is bringing about new dangers as well. Identity theft, online scamming, doxxing, blackmailing, and…