Posts Tagged ‘ Community ’

Virtuelle Gemeinschaften. Neue Formen menschlicher Begegnung oder deren Verfallsform?

Mrz 11th, 2013 | By | Category: New Forms of the Social, Sociohistorical analysis, Topics

Nowadays technical devices are used for communication between humans. Communicating by using tech-nical devices effects the way people are co-existing. Does that convey the experience of community, does it maybe lead us to new forms of communities? Or as we rely on technology and the opportunities offered thereby, do we lose the possibility to find people sharing our lives? The article offers the chance to find points of reference framing these essential questions.



Baumarkt 2.0. Do-It-Yourself, Youtube und die Digital Natives

Mrz 10th, 2010 | By | Category: Evolution, Spatial concepts, Topics

Owing to computers and Internet we live in a highly engeneered and interlaced world today. Into all ranges of our daily life the digitality has meanwhile taken introduction, also into the most intimate corners. We contact our friends via Facebook, settle banking transactions by Online-Banking and watch for Youtube, as the new desk can be assembled best. Do-It-Yourself – a meanwhile nearly 60 years old movement – is closed to a virtual revolution. Who would like to understand that should know what words such as Cocooning, Digital Native or Community denote in future.



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