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2013-04-19 15:00

Get ready for the “class reunion” of the digital campaigning scene. On 6 and 7 May, re:campaign presents the best web-based campaigns and invites all NGOs, foundations, and social entrepreneurs to exchange visions and ideas. The programme is set and features two keynote speeches, two panel discussions, and twelve workshops. Day two features the re:campaign’s BarCamp, where participants set the themes and agendas themselves.

2013-04-19 10:15

Keren Elazari, born and raised in Tel Aviv, knew early on in her life that computers and IT networks would one day define her life. At the age of 13, she programmed her first website, at 15 decided to become a hacker. Since 2000 she has worked for security firms as well as governmental organisations. Today she is one of the most recognised cyber-security and hacker experts of her generation.

2013-04-17 13:00

Being part of creating the mobility of the future, generating solutions for urban challenges, and optimising the car, in every step towards the future, lies in the DNA of Daimler. What this means will the topic of discussion on the second day of re:publica.

2013-04-16 14:30

In the blink of an eye they can become a politician’s worst nightmare or turn into an unexpected super weapon. They can’t be planned and once in circulation they’re harder to contain than a leaking oil rig on the high seas: Political memes. They cause mischief across the globe. Jillian York will be at re:publica to face off with Stefan Panhuijsen in an international meme-off.

2013-04-12 13:00

“There is no right life in the wrong one” is the famed, and since proverbial, sentence from Adorno’s Minima Moralia. The aphorism is dedicated to the difficulty of making one’s self at home in the modern era. We have some doubts here.