Virtually Connecting at re:publica #rp18 #rpPOP

Virtually Connecting is coming to Berlin, Germany, with a first time at the re:publica conference #rp18. Here’s what the conference organizers say about re:publica:

re:publica in Berlin will take place from 2 to 4 May 2018. […] Since its foundation in 2007, it has grown from a cozy blogger meeting with 700 participants into a wide-ranging ‘society conference’, with 9.000 visitors at the eleventh edition of re:publica 2017 in Berlin. Representatives of digital culture share their knowledge and decision-making tools, and discuss the future of the information society. Here they can mingle with artists, activists, scientists, hackers, entrepreneurs, NGOs, journalists, social media and marketing experts, and many others. […] around 46 percent of re:publica 2017’s speakers were female – far more than at many other similar events.”

What is Virtually Connecting?

If you are new to Virtually Connecting, think of it as a hallway conversation at a conference, but online and live-streamed via YouTube, thus giving others from the outside the opportunity to engage with speakers and guests, to add their voices to the mix and to get a sense of conversations and the overall atmosphere at the conference site.

If you are interested in joining us virtually, leave a comment here or tweet at Virtually Connecting.

Wednesday, May 2, at 4pm (CEST): Jim Groom

We are connecting with Jim Groom. Our Virtual Buddy is Joe Murphy and our Onsite Buddy is Christian Friedrich.

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Thursay, May 3, at 4pm (CEST): Thomas Mboa and Lucy Patterson

We are connecting with Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou and Lucy Patterson. Our Virtual Buddies will be Maha Bali and Joe Murphy. Our Onsite Buddy will is Christian Friedrich.

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If you are interested in joining us virtually, leave a comment here or tweet at Virtually Connecting.

 

Header Image: Dirk Ingo FrankeBerlin Gleisdreieck Bahnsteig, text and image edits by Christian Friedrich, CC BY 3.0.

 

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