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Brian Reed
This American Life

The Craft of Storytelling

"A story should make a larger point about human experience and the world." Brian Reed is a producer at This American Life. He gives an insight about...


Erin Moore

An Hour on Time

"Don't underestimate what one second can do." The world is moving a lot faster than it used to. Therefore, time is a utility. We expect to get something...

Research Methodology

Erika Hall
Mule Design

Paying Attention

"Data won't tell us what to do." Is more data really helping humanity make better decisions?Even though everything is measurable, and almost everything we...

Research Methodology

Paul Adams

Solving Real World Problems

"Stop applying your ideas on how the world works today." Throughout history we have consequently been applying new technology to fill needs in the existing...

Internet Culture

Kevin Allocca

Anatomy of Virality

"The ones that are really good are the ones that are rewriting the rules." Kevin Allocca, Head of Culture and Trends at YouTube, breaks down the concept of...


Rob Fitzpatrick

Prototyping everything

"Leave your idea and your ego out of it." Presenting your idea to other people isfishing for compliments, and compliments are bad data. Instead of talking...

Collaborative Creation

Magnus Thure Nilsson
Media Evolution

Community Building

"It is not us, it's you - but without us, there is no you." Magnus Thure Nilsson, CEO of Media Evolution, defines what a community is and what it means in...


Jill Nussbaum
The Barbarian Group

The Craft of Storytelling

"Let's tattoo design fiction on our arms... or legs!" Designer Jill Nussbaum takes a closer look at storytelling from a design perspective and discusses...


Molly Crabapple

Art and the Network

"A sketchpad can go places cameras cannot look." For Molly Crabapple, art is the discipline of seeing. Together with her sketchpad, she has been able to...

New Technologies

Juliana Rotich

Infusions, Innovation & Adventure

"It is in sharing that we create value." Out of the need for better media coverage, Ushahidi was born. Co-founder Juliana Rotich explains why this new...


Uffe Elbæk
The Alternative

Closing Keynote

"The most interesting place to be is at border between the known and the unknown, and how you handle your life there." What are you doing right now? What...

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New Technologies

Nell Watson

Machines Understanding of Humans

"Machines will replace humans at every level." Children automatically gather a lot of capabilities and evolve through pattern recognition. When can we...

Media Insight

Riyaad Minty
Al Jazeera

The Arab Spring

Riyaad Minty leads the Al Jazeera Network’s social media initiatives. As part of the Network’s New Media team, he ensures that Al Jazeera has a presence and...

Human Behavior

Amber Case

Cyborg Anthropology and the Future of the Interface

Amber Case is a cyborg anthropologist and user experience designer from Portland, Oregon, USA. Her main focus is mobile software, augmented reality and data...

Human Behavior

Kenyatta Cheese

How Visual Media Affect Culture And Identity Globally

Prepare to fall in love with .gif! The shift to imagery and animation as a primary mode of communication on the web is a fun, creative shift from the...

Human Behavior

Cindy Gallop

Keynote presentation

Cindy Gallop, the founder CEO of IfWeRanTheWorld and MakeLoveNotPorn, offers some provocative, challenging and highly subjective views on how to redesign...

New Technologies

Anna Haupt

Origins of Creativity

Anna Haupt is one of two founders of the Swedish company and invention Hövding – the invisible bicycle helmet. Many things have been said about where ideas...

Human Behavior

Tricia Wang

China and Africa

Tricia Wang is Cultural Sociologist based in China. She is using immersive ethnography to create commercially relevant insights about how people use digital...

Human Behavior

Simon Kyaga
Karolinska Institute

Origins of Creativity

Simon Kyaga is an attending physician in psychiatry and researcher at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm that has studied the relation between genius and...

New Technologies

Hojun Song
Artist and Engineer

How To Launch A Satellite

Hojun Song is a South Korean artist and engineer that is making narratives and raising questions by creating absurd objects like radiation jewelry and the...

Human Behavior

Sahar El-Nadi

Closing keynote

Sahar El-Nadi is a writer, photographer and an eyewitness to the Egyptian revolution. She will talk about the incredible lies of the state controlled media...

Human Behavior

Suzannah Lipscomb

Opening keynote

Suzannah Lipscomb is Senior Lecturer and Convenor for History at New College of the Humanities. She also holds a post as Lecturer in Early Modern History at...

Human Behavior

Alexander Kjerulf
Woohoo Inc

Origins of Creativity

Alexander Kjerulf is The Chief Happiness Officer at Woohoo Inc. and one of the world’s leading experts on happiness at work. Many things have been said...