#rp17 -roaming around re:publica

img_6207.jpgRoaming around in the halls of re:publica / Media Convention Berlin, I wonder how much lines of text are filled with words of banalities, when only occasionally, interesting insights show up in the steady stream of tweets, posts and messages. Not that I criticize in any kind of way the possibility to freely express our thoughts via the brave new digital media world- this often is a liberating individual experience – however, how much did we already become actors in a transforming […]

2018-11-28T12:54:10+02:00Categories: Blog @en, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , |

A quote from Goethe ?

The incredible amount of hoaxes, half-truths and lies circulating around the Internet, being shared and re-shared is sometimes hard to bear. Who takes the time and the diligence to really check a source or questions the origin of anything popping up in the newsfeed or inbox?
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Having grown up in a time, when scientific work needed to be proven and quotes were only valid, when a source were given, I am usually suspicious of any quote, which doesn´t sound quite right, especially if you can not find the quote in the original […]

2018-11-28T13:06:27+02:00Categories: Blog @en, History|Tags: , , , |

Happy Birthday, www !

Did you know, that the World Wide Web turns 25 these days? Yes, there has been a time before the internet and people my age do remember.

For a quick and interesting overview of the history of the net, read this article, published on a blog of a new website service company – both terms, which one could hardly envision in 1989.

Curious about the original document & team members? Go to -> the archive of CERN (the original „project“)

And then you can read, how the inventor Tim Berners-Lee

2018-11-28T12:57:21+02:00Categories: Blog @en, Internet|Tags: , |

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