Opinion by Ian Richards, Amy Shelver (geneva, switzerland) Tuesday, February 07, 2023 Inter Press Service GENEVA, Switzerland, Feb 07 (IPS) – New UNCTAD software does to digital government what IKEA did to furniture, allowing Bhutan’s government employees to create their own user-friendly services for citizens online. Tedious government procedures aren’t just a pain for users, they’re a bore for the civil servants who administer them. Sitting behind a counter and stamping forms isn’t exactly a dream…"Bhutans Civil Servants are Building a Digital Government System — Heres How — Global Issues"
Photo courtesy of Ian Bartlett/The Licensing Project How to Declutter Your Digital Life As a certified KonMari consultant, Katherine Picott is well-versed in the art of getting rid of what no longer serves you. But what’s often overlooked, she says, are our digital worlds: We spend so much time in our email inboxes, on our phones, and on our laptops, but we don’t dedicate the same emotional and practical consideration to decluttering them. “Digital clutter…"How to Declutter Your Digital Life"
In an increasingly digital world, some people worry that the physical world will become obsolete. But as technology advances, we find new and innovative ways to use both digital and physical media. For example, many museums are now digitizing their collections so that they can be accessed online. At the same time, they are also preserving physical artifacts for future generations. It is important to remember that there are benefits to both digital and physical…"Will Everything Become Digital Or Should We Still Preserve Physical Artifacts?"