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

21 January

Network

Network

Information technology has become a ubiquitous presence. By visualizing the processes that underlie our interactions with this technology we can trace what happens to the information we feed into the network. Network from Michael Rigley on Vimeo.

1 December

Product as a Service

An essay by Dave Gray explores the topic of the service economy from a user experience point of view. He is the founder of the XPLANE/Dachis Group. Dave Gray describes the product as a service avatar. Parts of the essay: “The emerging service economy will require business and society to do some fundamental restructuring. The

2 November

A Connecting People Film

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Paul Albert asked me, if he can do an interview with me on how mobile technology is affecting our every day live. He did interviews on this topic with dozens of people around the globe for half a year. The outcome were several nice short impression films. This is one of them. Its a Teddy