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  • Robin Hamman
    ... From: Rachel Cottam Subject: [xhrc] Event at the ICA Friday November 23rd Born Clicking: Are Kids Smarter than Adults? Nash Room £8/£7/£6 7.00pm In the
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      From: Rachel Cottam
      Subject: [xhrc] Event at the ICA


      Friday November 23rd
      Born Clicking: Are Kids Smarter than Adults?
      Nash Room £8/£7/£6
      7.00pm
      In the second of a series exploring the modern mindset in a changing
      world,
      we focus on the world of kids and technology. Is technology creating a
      knowledge - or skills - gap between kids and adults? In what ways might
      kids be more 'knowing' as a result of being born into the information
      age?
      How might technology change the relationship between kids and adults?
      Speakers include Alex McKie, formerly at Saatchi & Saatchi and the
      Henley
      Centre, now futures consultant and leading scenario planner with the
      Industrial Society; Steve Heron, project manager for the leading
      industrial
      design company, IDEO; Simon Brown, vice-president of research for MTV
      Networks, Europe; and Deborah Womack, account manager for Kee Scott,
      specialising in animation and the internet. In the chair is Tom
      Savigar,
      Sense Futures.
      Tickets and Information: 0207 930 3647






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