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 Algren Bonde of VIBE (Videnscenter for Begivenheder, which translates to something like Center for Event Knowledge) did a summarizing blog post about my presentation of Platform4's principles and ideologies (as well as inspiring talks from others on that day) during their conference in Kosmopol in Copenhagen last week:
Fremtiden er...Nu! (in Danish)
Additionally, I was interview this week by national newspaper Politiken about my record label Uhrlaut and our way of using free file sharing as a business model for the music artists we represent. The article also focused on Danish rap artist LOC's recent free release - and also interviews ao. Ivan Pedersen from the Danish collecting society KODA's board of directors. It's quite apparent that we're from two different generations in music.
This article was later that day mirrored on the DR website (Danish national public service broadcaster), yet with a slightly less appealing headline that clearly shows their (not surprising) outdated view on the matter:
Fagfolk: Gratis musik er som at tisse i bukserne (in Danish)