How can we define the “state of connectedness”? Martin Skopal explores the basic foundations of social networks.
Discussions after the second session “Politics, Education, Work and Health: The role of digital media in future societies / Futuristic Lifestyles” at the World Blogging Forum Vienna 2010.
By now every blogger should be aware of the fact that weblogs did *not* completely change the media system in the last 10 years. The blogosphere has become and established part of our global media sphere, but in a much more limited way than most pioneers expected in the 90ies. So what impact do blogs… Read More »
What is the meaning of data? Georg Holzer presents three helpful concepts for the struggle against “closed data”.
How to prepare for the unknown? All explorers are faced with this problem – the digital era is no exception here. Heinz Wittenbrink shares some very interesting thoughts about how to deal with the unexpected aka the future.
Robert Harm talks about the potential of Open Data. Important point: it’s not enough when data is accessible “somehow” – open data requires structures and data models that make juggling those bits and bytes easy.
Andrea Vascellari presents his thoughts on the key feature(s) for success in this digital era of ours.
What will digital Europe look like in ten years? Michael explores a rather grim and dark path – is it already to late to stop the networks of control?
When Marko talked about the role of blogging in Croatian politics, everybody was listening very carefully – definitely one of our highlights! Enjoy this talk – it’s not only very entertaining but also very inspiring – blog can gain an immense influence – Marko knows why:
Who is talking to whom in which channel with what effect? We can never be sure, but Matthias does know for a fact which celebrities and politicians tweet their own updates. Enjoy his talk about Twitter diplomacy: