Tag Archives: open data

Panels at Internet Week Denmark and Folkemødet 2015

    In June I took part in two interesting panel discussions. One was part of the annual Internet Week Denmark conference, which ran for several days in Aarhus in the beginning of June - and the other was at the rapidly growing Folkemødet ("People's Meeting") festival for politics and societal debate. For Internet Week I had been […] Read More…

Contributing to the new Open Data Handbook

    The Open Data Handbook, published by Open Knowledge (Foundation) a couple of years ago, has been a popular primer for everyone wanting to be introduced to the term in general as well as a resource for more experienced professionals in the field. However, as the development and application of open data keeps making quantum leaps […] 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…

Inspirational talk for think tank – on virtuality and interaction

Earlier today I did a presentation for a large think tank established by the regional government to discuss the long term durability of the huge new university hospital to be build in Aalborg from 2013-2020, a 4 billion Danish kroner project. I chose to talk about virtuality and interaction, bits vs. atoms, open data/frameworks and […] Read More…