On 1 December the Whitaker Institute was delighted to host The Rise of Digital Ephemerality by Ronan Doyle. The concept of ephemerality is increasingly relevant for information systems scholars, business leaders, governmental regulators, and broader society. This talk examined the rise of digital ephemerality, its importance for information systems research, and why it is necessary to consolidate what we mean when we say that a digitally-mediated experience is ephemeral. It is suggested that a multidisciplinary understanding of the ephemerality concept will serve researchers and stakeholders best.
A recording of the event is available to watch back below.