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Today, the third part in a series of four called "Everything is a Remix" by Kirby Ferguson has been released. I've been following the first parts as well, and it is a very nicely done little collection of ideas revolving around creativity, the creation process, copyright and how many things we know and use today are a remix rather than a piece of original work.
As providers of the Amazee platform, in the past we have come into close contact with two of the Co-Working initiatives in Zurich, the Betahaus Zurich and the Hub Zurich crew.
Here's some food for thought (combined with the latest numbers on Facebook): What would you do if Facebook didn't exist? – I must admit, I'd be in trouble. I am relying so much on it in my daily life, I couldn't imagine going without the old FB. What would you miss most if Facebook were not around any more?
I am back in Berlin for the re:publica XI conference, for another round of exciting exchange of ideas and, networking with other Webster mates.
This year, it seems that there is a strong focus on political and societal shifts induced by Digital Media.
You can say what you want about Google, but they have their CSR responsibilities set right!
No, we are not moving to the US (although we are moving, but more on that next week), but we just received some pictures we need to share with you. In these images here you see one Bill Cornelius, father of our newest team addition, Kathryn, on the Cornelius family ranch in Markham, Texas.
If you are familiar with how we do things here at Amazee Labs, you might have heard of "Geek points" before. We administer Geek points for geeky findings, hacks, stuff, remarks, whatever. The geekier, the more points you get.