re:publica 2013 – Tag 3

re:publica 2013 – Tag 3 – 8. Mai 2012. Station, Berlin.

3D Printing: (How) can we make it a third industrial revolution? – Peter Troxler, Philip Steffan, Marlene Vogel

The promise of a 3D printing revolution has to be proved. To make it a revolution, we have to deal with some uncomfortable questions first.

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China, India, Bangladesh, we’re looking at you: Blogging and tweeting in Asia – Ravish Kumar, Hu Yong, Shahidul Alam

Participants on the panel will discuss the development and importance of social media across Asia, focusing on China and India as examples for the region. In addition to looking at how national debates spread through blogs and issues important to the online population, the panel will also address questions of financing and the ongoing gender debate.

Bangladesh is not the place to be for bloggers

In China internet becomes the only outlet for people to express themselves more freely & organizing themselves
Hu Yong

It’s very unlikely that campaigns to pressure government in Bangladesh to release bloggers from prison would be successful
Shahidul Alam

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Speculative Design – Lisa Ma


To witness a new means of activism, to encourage unlikely platforms for dialogue and to critically look at our futures in times of crisis.

Conspiracy theories can be useful sometimes
Lisa Ma

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Myths of the Open Internet: Bust Them and Get Busy – Ellery Roberts Biddle, Hisham Almiraat


Using examples from Pakistan, Cuba, Venezuela, and the MENA region, this conversation will focus on experiences of Internet users and activists in the global south, the relationship between free expression and surveillance in these countries, and the immeasurable effect of surveillance on one’s ability to think and act freely.

Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
Article 19 – Universal Declaration of Human Rights

[..]Offizielles Video folgt sobald verfügbar[…]
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It’s not a fax machine connect to a waffle iron – Cory Doctorow


Lawmakers treat the Internet like it’s Telephone 2.0, the Second Coming of Video on Demand, or the World’s Number One Porn Distribution Service, but it’s really the nervous system of the 21st Century. Unless we stop the trend toward depraved indifference in Internet law, making – and freedom – will die.

Internet is the nervous system of the 21st century.
Cory Doctorow

I sat down with information.We talked.It confessed it doesn’t want to be free, it wants us to stop anthropomorphizing it.
Cory Doctorow

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Ihr wollt also wissen, was #aufschrei gebracht hat? – Anne Wizorek

Wenn aus Statistiken persönliche Geschichten werden: Über den Hashtag #aufschrei ist es einem Online-Medium gelungen, die Gesellschaft offline zu beeinflussen.Doch wie fing das an und welche Mechanismen wirkten hier? Was sind die Ergebnisse der #aufschrei-Debatte? Und: Ist die Debatte überhaupt schon vorbei? Diese Fragen beantwortet #aufschrei-Namensgeberin Anne Wizorek in einem Talk abseits vom Medienhype.

Einen Aufruf zum mitmachen gab es nie. Es beteiligten sich aber immer mehr Frauen.
Anne Wizorek

Sexismus = Vorurteile + Macht
Anne Wizorek

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Interview with Ai Weiwei


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If you want to get Aiweiwei’s attention, please do tweet to him as @aiww and he is there constantly and should respond to some requests.

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Verabschiedung – Johnny Haeusler, Tanja Haeusler, Markus Beckedahl, Andreas Gebhard

re:publica Verabschiedung

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