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Think Pink?  – Cybersalon on Tour

Transmediale 2019 Explores ‘Structures of Feeling’ in Digital Culture Stefan Lutschinger (Cybersalon) visits transmediale’s new Student Forum with BA Digital Media and BA Media and Cultural Studies students from Middlesex University. From January 31 to February 3rd, artists and theorists ...

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Multiple German Courts Rule Photos Of Public Domain Works Are Not In The Public Domain

Originally published on techdirt.com Back in November 2015, we wrote about a bad situation in Germany, where a museum in Mannheim was suing the Wikimedia Foundation over photos of public domain works of art, which were uploaded to Wikimedia Commons. ...

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The Wikipedia Gender Gap

“The average Wikipedia editor is a well-educated white male. Well-educated white males have been writing history and the story of the world since ancient times” Sarah Stierch Wikipedia has been a turning point in how we collect our knowledge in ...

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How to shake up Women in Computing ratio – Eva’s top 5 influencers

Rosie The Riveter Tech

To celebrate International Womens’ Day, here is my top 5 badass women who changed the world to be a better, healthier and more equal place, here are Eva Pascoe’s (our own female digital pioneer) top 5:       Maria ...

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Women Can Edit! – Wikipedia Science Conference 2015

By Karolina Janicka @thissmileyface I recently attended the Wikimedia Science Conference in London. My first reflex was to count every single woman that walked into the room and stayed. I lost count, but although it wasn’t an overwhelming amount and ...

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DIGITAL REVOLUTION: How far we’ve come

Jim Boulton, co-curator of the recent Barbican exhibition Digital Revolution, on the the influences behind the exhibition and how far we’ve come in terms of a digital culture. I was lucky enough to be involved with Digital Revolution this summer, ...

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