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Visions of the future, a chinese civil society that develops online, and the on-going debate about privacy issues on the web – these are the topics of this video post and as usual we hope you enjoy recalling re:publica 2011:
Zukünfte – Inception Revisited (in German), with Matthias Böttger, Ludwig Engel
Kixka analyzes remarkable profil picture of Germany’s scene of digital celebrities – excluding Sascha Lobo though – Markus Bösch tells us more about the buzz word and the likely future hype of gamification, and Stine Eckert checks the status (quo) of German blogs in a study she did recently. Let’s get started, right after you clicked on “play”!
// ICONS // – Eine ikonografische Profilbildanalyse der deutschen Digital-Szene (in German), with Kixka Nebraska
Two panels of today’s video post are focussing on the right to informational self-determination and how to deal with privacy issues in the public context of the web, whereas the third panel gives insight into how the resistance movement against Stuttgart21 formed through means such as social media.
Die Illusion vom öffentlichen Raum – Public Authority vs. Open Environments (in German), with Jens Best, Anja Junghans, Jörg Blumtritt, Benedikt Köhler, Hanno Rauterberg
Philipp Schäfer of IDEO thinks that design is too important to leave it up to designers only which is why he gave a talk on the humanistic approach of Design Thinking and how this method helps to solve problems and create new innovations by a non-linear process. Smári McCarthy explained what IMMI, the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative, stands for and by which means it wants to protect the freedom of speech. The digital society also campaigns for civil rights in the digital context and Markus Beckedahl amplified its idea in a talk as well – all of this happened at this year’s re:publica and all of this has been recorded for you so you can watch it now:
Design Thinking – Design ist zu wichtig, um es den Designern zu überlassen (in German), with Philipp Schäfer
What is the web’s influence on comics and its artists? Which role does data visualization play nowadays and what’s the purpose of it? And what should TV be like in the future? Well, you can find out about this right now if you watch the following rp11 videos:
Von LOLcats bis Eisner-Award – wie das Internet die Wahrnehmung des Comics beeinflusst (in German), with Johannes Kretzschmar
“The Internet of Elsewhere” is what Cyrus Farivar talked about at re:publica 2011 taking a closer look at the role of the internet as a catalyst, transforming communications, politics, and economics in four different states (Iran, Estonia, South Korea, and Senegal). Also this year Solana Larsen of Global Voices gave an insight into this dynamic online community of more than 300 bloggers and translators around the world that curates and highlights the most fascinating conversations of countries where freedom of expression is limited and people are being oppressed. Furthermore the Arabian journalist and blog expert Zahi Alawi looked into the origins of the Arab Spring also getting to the bottom of the internet’s status for democratic systems in the Middle East.
These three exciting talks are part of today’s edition of our video posts, we hope you enjoy them!
The Internet of Elsewhere – The Emergent Effects of a Wired World, with Cyrus Farivar
Fun is a must and if you attended rp11 this year you know perfectly well that we definitely had some. However, in case you couldn’t make it to the conference or maybe if you just want to have a laugh again, here are three wonderful opportunities to do so:
Royal Revue II – Rumble in the Magengegend (in German), with the Guten Tag Team
There are still a lot of great talks left to show you which we recorded at re:publica 2011. This time they involve an introduction on how to use podcasts in the context of public relations, a recent study researching addiction to video games, and a talk debating the consequences of cyber wars:
Podcasts und Radio als Werkzeuge der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit (in German), with Tim Pritlove
Why is there an Open Source Social Network going by the name of Diaspora? What defines collaborative consumption? And what do revolutions look like in the age of digital media? You’ll get all the answers in today’s video roundup – enjoy watching!
Diaspora – building a better way to share, with Maxwell Salzberg