Even though the sprayers’ union doesn’t have much of a say in Vienna, there is one place rich in colors – the Danube channel.
Even Warren G and Nate Dogg won’t be able to regulate this.
Join the World Blogging Forum 2010! A1 Telekom Austria and datadirt invite international top bloggers to connect with the Austrian scence and discuss the future of the internet. Tickets are free yet highly limited – so secure your spot now by telling why you want to join the event on November 13th.
Thomas W. Malone, founding director of MIT’s Center for Collective Intelligence, talks about his research, the impact of the internet on global communication and our changing notion of privacy.
Last weekend I visited the Medienwelten exhibition at TMW – a fascinating trip from the early stages of mass media to the current internet days. Highly recommended!
Google’s European director Steve Rogers is all about openness and transparency. He just dooesn’t like to comment on stuff – you have to understand!
What about all this social media hype? Journalism students from the university of Utrecht are trying to find out – they send a questionnaire to various social media experts. Finding answers wasn’t too easy by the way.
Wired Italy believes that the fundamental changes triggered by the internet deserve a prize – the next Peace Nobel prize, to be precise. The campaign internet for peace started today – please help us spread the word!
On my German blog datenschmutz I’m giving away a 680-Euro free ticket for meshed social marketing conference in Linz at the end of May. To enter the competition you have to answer some questions via twitter.
During the second weekend of February, local geeks and international guests meet in Klagenfurt for Austria’s first barcamp of the season.
Monty Python launches their own Youtube channel, Facebook is trying to bring some customers to its marketplace and Seth is reminding bloggers of the fact that trust is vital to any sustainable relationship.
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