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This was part of our presentation, a visual installation for the brainstorm (we used it without the music).
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This is an explaination of what happened after the Blue Moon project and a brief interview with Pete Kercher …
Could be in U.S. in 3 weeks The European Court of Human Rights has rejected the appeal of British hacker Gary McKinnon, opening the door for him to be extradited to the United States within weeks.McKinnon is accused of carrying out “the biggest military hack of all time” and could face up to 70 years… » read more
It’s not a secret, and yet, cybercrime becomes more and more dangerous, and it develops very fast. The latest findings of a report explore the trend of loosely organized clusters of attackers trading stolen data online being replaced by hierarchical cybercrime organizations. These organizations deploy sophisticated pricing models, crimeware business models refined for optimal operation,… » read more
Research the blogosphere carefully using blog search engines such as Technorati, checking the blog’s ranking and authority to find the most popular Actually read the blogger’s posts don’t just skim it – read several first to get a feel for their interests and personality. Check out the categories they cover which will also help –… » read more
EU Proposes Retroactive Copyright Extension by 45 years According to ArsTechnica, EU Commissioner Charlie McCreevy has unveiled a plan to retroactively extend musical copyrights by 45 years, which would make EU musical copyrights last 95 years total. Why? They’re worried that musicians won’t continue to collect royalties when they retire and this will give them… » read more
As fuel prices for coal, natural gas and nuclear continue to rise, the cost of solar power is due to break even with fossil fuels in the US by 2015, according to a study published in June 2008. The studyPdf external , compiled by clean-tech research an…
The earthquake of May 12th, 2008, whose epicentre was located in Wenchuan in the Sichuan region, spread over 10 provinces and regions. We all know about its magnitude and consequences : tens of thousands of deaths, multiple destructions, five million people left homeless, further threats with the degradation of the dams. A huge relief effort… » read more
The growth of the European economy needs support by the Union’s budget. Hence, exploiting the strength of the euro, allowance should be made for the possibility of tapping capital and stock markets with Community loans to finance specific projects of European scale and value added, that add to capital stock and have measurable positive returns,… » read more
(Executive Summary of the conclusions of the European Citizens’ Seminar held in Erfurt, Germany, 15-18 March 2008). With globalization, the world is becoming more and more complex and interconnected. In business, this complexity and interdependence are reflected through the increasing pressure of different stakeholders, internal and external to the firm. We believe diversity can promote… » read more
This work is in the Public Domain. The Information Society Technologies conference of November 2002 was the annual research event of DGInfSo in Copenhagen. a 4000 attendance conference where EC-related research activities are brought together. The event was held in the Bella Centre in Copehagen, Denmark. I was lucky enough to be accepted for a… » read more
This work is in the Public Domain. I started in 2000 with a process of understanding, developing and discussing a complex conceptual framework I called “The Social Computer”. This could be seen as a thought experiment along the lines of – What can a society achieve if it was more “reprogrammable”, and what could a building achieve… » read more