End of the second day at the Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society. Click at the picture to see larger size. Dwelling in the Web: Towards a Googlization of Space.  CyberAnthropology – Being Human on the Internet.  Patterns of Legalization in the Internet: Do We Need a Constitutional Theory for Internet Law?.  Future Internet Architecture.  […]

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End of the first day at the Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society. I let you below the coolest visual summary of the sessions. Click at the picture to see larger size.  Business Models.   Constitutions Going Online – Internet-Related Dynamics in Constitutional Law.   Open Science.   Internet Legislation and Regulation through the Eyes of Constitution.   Exploring […]

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At the Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society (25 – 28th 2011), S. Friesike (Institut), T. Schildhauer (Institute of Electronic Business, Berlin), O. Gassmann and B. Widenmayer (both from University of St. Gallen, Switzerland) have presented a draft paper on Open Science. They suggest eight trends in Open Science to follow. I find this interesting […]

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