The fourth article of our Finding Europe series by our media partner euro|topics explores how Europe deals with cyberwarfare.
Take part in the IBM Design Thinking Workshop on Day 0 of the re:publica – for free! Stefan Pfeiffer from IBM explains what it’s all about.
Under the header RETHINKING BROADCASTING, the Media Innovation Center Babelsberg (MIZ) is challenging media professionals to break out of their routines – at the MIZ_innovationspace @rp15 on May 5 and 6. Read more about the MIZ program at #rp15 here.
We have now published half of the #rp15 sessions as a program calendar. See what’s what on all of the 16 re:publica stages!
Smart as a fox: Martha Lane Fox, Baroness Lane-Fox of Soho, the "poster girl" of the dotcom bubble and former digital adviser to the Cameron goverment, will be gracing the re:publica 2015.
For the first time, there will be a music theme day at re:publica – the re:cord MusicDay.
Just like last year, we are publishing highlights from the re:publica conference as an accompanying e-magazine, freshly made on a daily basis during the event.
Starting today, April 8th, news items from the re:publica will be presented on the info screens on the Berlin subway, just like last year.
Aral Balkan is a man with a mission. The designer and social entrepreneur is developing alternatives for Twitter, Facebook & Co., building a better (networked) world. In our interview, he explains what he wants to achieve, and why the idea of Europe is in jeopardy through the privatisation of democracy.
We’re living in troubled times. Grandmaster sociologist Zygmunt Bauman applies his reflections on the control society to modern-day technology.
The third article of our Finding Europe series by our media partner euro|topics deals with the (in)dependence of online journalism.