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  • Writer's pictureKeith Harrison-Broninski

Harrison-Broninski's Second Law

"What, you may wonder, is Harrison-Broninski's Second Law. Put simply, it evolves from the premise that we are in the "6th distinct period of computing"-one in which social media make it possible to create your own digital, virtual identity. The ramifications, Keith asserts, will have a profound impact on Information Communication Technology and will require that people apply the principles of Human Interaction Management if they are to gain optimal value from the digital world we live in. Read his Column for further details, and to discover Harrison-Broninski's First Law."

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