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Machine with Hair Caught in It (detail) by U_Joo+LimheeYoung, Photo: Courtesy of The Lowry

Review: HumansBeingDigital

The Lowry’s latest exhibition creates an uncanny intersection between the human and the digital realm

Image: Billy Hicks @ Commons Wikimedia

Digital 16-25 railcard now available

Students can have their 16-26 Railcard on their mobile device, as well as the paper and plastic cards which can be bought online or at their local station

Image rights: The Falmouth Anchor

Falmouth Anchor ends print publication but hasn’t lost hope

The student newspaper has opted to end its print circulation and instead focus on building a strong digital platform

Danny Boyle Photo: 92YTribeca @ Flickr

Danny Boyle to help set up MMU’s brand new media school

MMU are set to launch the International Screen School Manchester, with the help of local visionary Danny Boyle

Photo: Clicky Media

Preview: OMG! Girls in Tech

To be held on the 28th October, the OMG! Girls in Tech conference aims to inspire young women to challenge stereotypes and recognise their potential in the tech industry

Photo: Manchester Entrepreneurs Society

What Next? Conference brings the best in tech to the North West

Interested in business and how to break in? Want to kickstart your own start up? Excited to enter the world of entrepreneurship? This is the conference for you

Record collection. Photo: solar_productions @flickr

Music and design – a dying art?

George Bailey mourns the death of creative record design as the digital craze takes over

save the vinyl

Feature: Good looking music

New albums just don’t have the same impact anymore because the music is all too easy to come by.

'Censored': Watson overcame the might of the Murdoch machine to expose the 'endemic' phone hacking within News International

My Political Hero: Tom Watson

The Labour MP’s tireless investigation into the phone hacking scandal has forced News International to face up to the scale of its wrongdoing