If you are interested in scholarship or activism on the topic of digital labour and the future of work, then consider joining our regular meet-up series that will be held in London. We aim to meet on Thursday nights at 7pm, have a few drinks, and talk about topics related
I've written a piece for an Italian website Global Disconnections on Deliveroo and UberEATS, you can read the full article here.
The action by these precarious workers has shown that it is indeed possible to organise and fight back in the gig economy. In the UK many are closely following
I was interviewed in Vice about my upcoming book Working the Phones
Jamie Woodcock, an LSE academic, went undercover for a year working in cold call centers around the UK to investigate these questions for his new book Working the Phones: Control and Resistance in Call Centers . He told me
My talk at PROCJAM at Falmouth University on "how we shape tools and they shape us" on procedural content generation and software generation.