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Does the Future of Social Media Involve Becoming More Private?

August 15, 2016   -   2 comments   -  

If you ask me this directly, I’m going to say “yes”! Did you know that the time spend on the news feed on social platforms has decreased, but the time spent onprivate messaging platforms has increased? If you think about this too quickly, you might be inclined to do a double-take. But it’s true–there’s been

Notes from the Web Summit 2015

November 15, 2015   -   1 comment   -  

So many talks, so many great people, so much FOMO in one place – here’s some of my notes that I took during the sessions and I’m pretty sure I missed something but here’s what I have… Future of print? There were a few talks dealing with the media / publishing landscape and what I’ve

My First Web Summit – Yearh!

November 1, 2015   -   0 comments   -  

There’s no such thing as being super excited about going to a conference… Actually, I attend a few conferences throughout the year, but some how this one seems to tricker my inner digital geek. In pure excitement I have plowed through the Web Summit Programme and here’s the keynotes that I’ve in particular find interesting

Inside the internet

June 5, 2013   -   0 comments   -  

This week I started taking classes again, and I heard my self, saying that I had some homework to do. It is actually more than 3 years since I graduated from Roskilde University, and it feels great to dig into this world again, and being enrolled in a class. Earlier I blogged about that I

E-learning – Inside the Internet

May 11, 2013   -   0 comments   -  

As a member of the Digital Panel at Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies I often join their Open Friday sessions and a couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure to hear Klaus Æ. Mogensen speak about ‘Gen Y’ (of which I according to the description belongs to). One thing that characterizes ‘Gen-Y’ is that