Category Archive Technology

Blogging about the digitization and opening of our cultural heritage

. . Last week there was an interesting article in Danish national newspaper Information, which explained how Norway are planning to digitize and release all of their written cultural heritage - all of it: books, magazines, articles, etc. - and to make it freely available to all Norwegian citizens. This prompted me to comment on […] Read More…

Launching the Bitbugs-blog

. . Though it has been up since 2012 it's not until now that it's appropriate to announce the launch of a new little blog, Bitbugs.org, where I'll keep track of various side projects in the art & technology realm I'm working on. I expect it to be a mix of both bigger, more momentous projects alongside […] Read More…

Joining the Open Knowledge Foundation team

. . It is with great joy that I can announce that as of January 14, 2013, I am officially part of the Open Knowledge Foundation team. I will be working with community management within two areas; Open Government Data and the global community of Local Groups. Open Knowledge Foundation (OKF) is officially described as […] Read More…

Great success for PRINT YOUR LIFE; our 3D-printer festival in Platform4 // #3Dprinting

. . A couple of weeks back I co-organized the PRINT YOUR LIFE festival; a 3D-printing festival exploring the applications of this exciting new technology (and, in fact, the first 3D-printing festival ever in Scandinavia). For three consecutive weeks we had workskops, talks, debates and lots of designing and printing. Additionally, 8 people (myself included) […] Read More…

Nice feedback from #CPeurope talk/panels in Berlin this week (links, video and photos)

. It's been a great few days in Berlin this week, where I've been attending the gigantic Campus Party conference in the former airport Tempelhof. The venue in itself was impressive - by far the biggest and most authentic set for a conference that I've ever attended - but also unconventional in the sense that […] Read More…

Interview in Jyllandsposten, critical comment by IFPI, moving Platform4, coverage in TV2Nord, Gaffa + Nordjyske // #platform4dk #uhrlaut

It's busy times right now; we've moved Platform4 from the old venue to the new, launched the PlayForm Mobile Art & Technology Exhibition and released a new EP with Tone - while at the same time trying out a new rather rebellious sharing experiment in Aalborg, Aarhus and Copenhagen. To start from the end: The […] Read More…

Interview in national radio DR P3 about SOPA (w. audio link) // #sopa #net_neutrality

    Wednesday this week I was interviewed on Danish national radio DR P3 in the afternoon program P3 Pressen about the SOPA shenanigans going on in the US right now. The interview is approx 4 minutes and you can hear it here. SOPA is a draconian law being passed through congress in the US […] Read More…

Interview in Have Backstage magazine // #culture #art #opinion

Just before christmas I was interviewed by the editors of online magazine Have Backstage; an interesting spin-off of Copenhagen-based pr and communication agency Have PR & Kommunikation. The article has now been published. The interview was part of a series of interviews with Danish entrepreneurs on the alternative cultural scene and focused on the opportunities […] Read More…

Platform4 season 3 summarized in 6 minutes of video // #platform4dk #art #technology

After the end of the 2011 season in Platform4, I've put together at little summarizing video to capture the essence of it all. Released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 2.5 Denmark license. Please remix and share with your friends. Read more about Platform4 here. After the end of the 2011 season in Platform4, I've put […] Read More…

Hosting Shareplay Insights session today // #shareplay #talks #crossmedia

As official agent for the Shareplay initiative I'll be hosting the first so-called Shareplay Insights event in Aalborg today. The event is a TED-Talk-like session with three speakers from the academic/business worlds in combination, who will be giving short 15-minute talks that are recorded an subsequently released under a Creative Commons license. The lineup is […] Read More…