I've spent two days at the Reboot conference in Copenhagen. I don't know if it's only me or if it's you as well. But to me some of the diverse talks I attended had one thing in common. They were proposing solutions to generate new/better ideas in an era when it's very hard to see the whole scope and constantly is getting a massive load of new information. Here are some mindsets that's a possible relief to your thinking on new ideas in the contemporary context. Macroscope When you try to understand ...Read More

This column was first published in the June edition of AGI (the largest magazine for the printers in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland). It can be found in Swedish over at bokensframtid.se It's now 555 years since Johannes Gutenberg printed his first Bible in German Mainz, an event which may be seen as the beginning of the book's broad growth and increased penetration. Since then, the book has been a unique and unthreatened product. A symbol of everything that modern society is based on; education and knowledge. A democratic symbol. ...Read More

On Thursday it's the Moving Images conference in Malmö including presentations by Rafi Haladjian, KG Hammar and Clay Shirkey. Last time it was conference with super stars as speakers in town What's Next and Digital Renaissance arranged a pre party. People came from all over the country to discussed internet AFK at a high level. So, on Wednesday (the day before) at 19 it's Meetup again. We changed the hotel bar to Rasoir this time. Nothing complicated, just to show up. Bring your friends. And don't forget to follow the blog ...Read More