27 March

d.day | A conversation with Geraldine de Bastion and Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen

d.day | A conversation with Geraldine de Bastion and Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen

Every bit counts! How Digital Activism is changing the world Digital innovation has strengthened existing networks and has enabled new ones to develop. Through digital tools people are communicating, creating strategies and projects for social change. The internet and in some parts of the world particularly mobile internet has brought together people to tackle social

16 November

d.day | A conversation with Tomáš Sedláček and Manouchehr Shamsrizi

d.day | A conversation with Tomáš Sedláček and Manouchehr Shamsrizi

What’s the Color of Money? The myth of economics. Economical models and forecasts fundamentally influence our understanding of reality. From the first shells and wooden coins to todays crypto currencies we built our trust in abstract values that define all social interactions of trade and services and determine the wealth of individuals, corporations and even

30 May

Stunning Project by Timo Arnall on The Internet’s Hidden Infrastructure

Stunning Project by Timo Arnall on The Internet’s Hidden Infrastructure

The internet has its own form of architecture, one that we rarely get to see. Timo Arnall, a designer and artist from London, has documented these hidden spaces his new project Internet Machine for Big Bang Data. And it turns out that these spaces are actually quite beautiful.     Read more on Wired

31 March

d.day | A Changing Narrative: From Hacking to Storytelling

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d.day | A Changing Narrative: From Hacking to Storytelling

Boris Moshkovits and me started a new event series called d.day, which we kicked-off at Soho House Berlin in March 2014.  d.day is about conquering new territories of thought and action in our digital age.  As the digitalization of all human interactions continues to change our perception of the world, d.day brings together thought leaders and

2 December

A new digital ecology is evolving, and humans are being left behind

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A new digital ecology is evolving, and humans are being left behind

Incomprehensible computer behaviors have evolved out of high-frequency stock trading, and humans aren’t sure why. Eventually, it could start affecting high-tech warfare, too. We spoke with a researcher at University of Miami who thinks humans will be outpaced by a new “machine ecology.” For all intents and purposes, this genesis of this new world began