Category Archive Media

Fab City interview in Pebble Magazine

. . I had a great chat with pebble magazine about Fabcity and the potential for distributed manufacturing, data-driven cities and rethinking modern day supply chains and production models. 2017 will be an epic year for the the development of Fab Cities all across the world - stay tuned! Read the interview here: Fab City: The […] Read More…

Interview on Techcrunch and panel at Smart City Expo in Barcelona

. . Back in November I had the pleasure of attending and contributing to this years Smart City Expo and World Congress, which takes place in beautiful Barcelona. The event aims to present useful and up-to-date knowledge about smart cities based on real experiences and practices, as well as to debate about future visions, goals and challenges […] Read More…

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…

Interview in Radio 24-7 on releasing Periskop’s “40”

This morning I had the pleasure of getting up extremely early to visit Radio 24-7's morning show with Danny Kreutzfeldt (aka. Periskop), whose album we'll be releasing on our Uhrlaut label on Friday. The album consists of no less than 40 full length albums packaged as 1 vinyl LP and 39 digital releases on a […] 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…

Feedback blogging from recent talks + interviews on DR website and in Politiken

People attending some of my recent talks have been kind enough to feedback online with their impression of the sessions - which I really appreciate. After my talk at MultimediaDays at Aarhus Business Academy last week, Jeanne Bødker Nissen wrote this one on the Multimediedesigner blog: Spændende oplæg om Creative Commons (in Danish) Also Berit […] Read More…

Anti-ACTA day: Demo later today + interviews in DR P4, TV2-Nord and Nordjyske // #stopacta

. Today marks the big Anti-ACTA day in Denmark and across the country in Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg people are hitting the streets to show their opposition to the subjugating legislative initiative. I am part of the Danish movement against ACTA, and have helped setup the demonstration today and act as spokesperson. To our […] Read More…

Attending Transmediale in Berlin this week // #tm2k12

This weekend I'll be lurking around at Transmediale in Berlin. The theme this year is "in/compatible", which should be quite interesting (some nice connotations there).  I'll be here all weekend to meetup with both friends and meet a bunch of new people - and you! - ping me on @villum to meet up.This weekend I'll be lurking […] Read More…

Talk @ InVio Experience Economy Network conference today // #uhrlaut #aalborg

I just did a little talk about Uhrlaut and panel discussion  about open license business models at this InVio conference about tablets and mobile devices. Fun to be part of the event that focused on challenges for content producers. Hope everyone in the audience got inspired a bit - thanks to everyone for coming out. For […] Read More…

Interviewed for German national radio // #urlyd #cc

A couple of weeks back (I just haven't had the time to blog about it before now) I was once again interviewed for the show 'Breitband' on German national radio Deutschlandradio. Continuing on the theme of Creative Commons, the popular and highly esteemed radio show keeps adressing the need for German artists and songwriters to […] Read More…