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DLD NEWS

NEWS

The Science of Weird

DLD Team

Michael Lazerow has spent a lot of time thinking about weird. He wrote a post on LinkedIn which spoke about the idea that a lot of his friends who have been successful are very, very weird. He ...

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Travel a GIANT human brain on the Internet.

DLD Team

Helen Fisher and Lucy Brown launched a Kickstarter campaign to realise a Virtual Giant Walk-through Brain. "Visitors" will be able to chose an avatar, meet the anthropologist and her brain ...

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DLD14 Handwriting Project

Lukas Kubina

Hans Ulrich Obrist, the co-director of Serpentine Gallery and DLDarts curator, has a project going on where he posts photographs of handwritten notes from the distinguished people he meets on his ...

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Toward a Transparent Society

DLD Team

John Perry Barlow – the man giving DLD14's last talk – is a man with many hats. He was a songwriter for the Grateful Dead, he cofounded the Electronic Frontier Foundation with fellow DLD ...

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From Stasi to NSA

Romy Mlinzk

Jeff Jarvis about Anke and her new book about walls and their effect on democracy. Anke Domscheit-Berg grew up in East Germany. As a student in the South-East of the former German Democratic ...

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Digital Art

DLD Team

"A longing to fulfil your potential" is what drives Rafael Rozendaal, digital artist who loves the internet. "I treat the browser as my canvas and respect it" says the chic young man. Due to ...

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Robots

Romy Mlinzk

Feng-GUI Rafael Mizrahi shows us a deep inside view of Israeli's un-conferences and maker's scene. GarageGeeks, GeekCon, MuseNet, and Kinnernet are un-conferences for makers and robotics, ...

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The Beat goes on....

DLD Team

Tim Renner talks about music in the digital era with Fabrice Sergent, founder and CEO of Cellfish and Lyor Cohen, founder of 300. The panelists strive different aspects of the paradigm shift ...

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Wearables Gone Wild

Romy Mlinzk

OrCam Yonatan Wexler shows us in an impressive live demo how OrCam is helping disabled people. People who can't see very well can use this small add-on for glasses. It's a voice function combined ...

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Pre-sets and Post-sets: Poetics and Projections

DLD Team

Hans Ulrich Obrist brings together a panel of technologists and artists who discuss pre-sets and post-sets. Peter Arvai presents how Prezi uses images and spaces to make content and information ...

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How to Train Your Mind and Your Heart

DLD Team

The final session of Day 2 at DLD14 sees Tania Singer speaking about how to train your mind and heart. Since 2010, Singer has been the director of the department of social neuroscience at the Max ...

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Pictures of the Future

DLD Team

Hans Ulrich Obrist is joined by John Brockman, publisher and editor of Edge.org, and Jason Wishnow, the filmmaker behind the TED talks, kicking of a block of art-focussed panels. Obrist and ...

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Time's Role in the Tragedy of the Commons

DLD Team

The "tragedy of the commons" is an economics theory, first published by Garrett Hardin in the journal Science in 1968. It is referred to as a tragedy because is describes the dilemma arising from ...

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On Mindfulness - A Conversation

Romy Mlinzk

The meaning of life. Arianna Huffington and Paulo Coelho talk about the meaning of life. Is the essence "All you need is love."? Is this the sentence by The Beatles the one which summarize ...

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Explaining Prism

DLD Team

As a wake up call for day 2 of DLD, Michael Fertik, founder of Reputation.com explains PRISM and what the revelations of the broader data surveillance mean for us. According to Fertik, the ...

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