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Radicalization in the Age of Technology

On July 22nd, 2011, exactly nine years ago, Anders Behring Breivik disembarked a ferry on the island of Utøya, which is situated a little off the Norwegian coast near Oslo. He was wearing a home-made police uniform and had armed himself with two guns, one semi-automatic rifle and one Glock […]


Thomas Suchanek for TEDxVienna

Interview with game designer
Dori Adar

  “It is not so important who starts the game, but who finishes it.” John Wooden   Well, that is not true.   There are games that cannot be won or finished by crowning a winner. There are games focusing on the act of building together, of creating together. Of […]


Exploring Your Personality Online

When it’s 2AM and we can’t sleep, there are three general options out there for us: Reddit conspiracy theories, scary serial killer documentaries or online personality quizzes. Today we are going to talk about the latter. Hidden Dangers Online personality quizzes can be a super fun pastime activity. Tests like “Which […]


learning

What If we put a spin on learning?

The Evolution of Learning The concept of “learning” has taken on an entirely new meaning in the past decades. Like with everything else, learning has gone though a number of changes brought about by interesting innovations that have unfolded over the past. The overall first problem of learning that needed […]


The capabilities of our digitalized voice

“Here is a challenge to the young people of our country and those on the other side of the world– to go through the wall that separates the ambassadors and heads of state — to reach into the hearts and minds of peers in foreign lands with the truth as […]