Between the 8th and 15th of October 2014, attention is paid to many sharing initiatives. In this week shareNL, Seats2meet.com, Nils Roemen and many more invite people in the Netherlands to mutually share, lend, exchange, rent and give.
Have you ever seen how something was printed in 3D? No? That is something you do not need to be ashamed of, because this may still happen. Nevertheless, it is clear that 3D printers are our future. The topic of 3D printing is constantly addressed in conferences and there are a variety of areas in which 3D printing is becoming more important each day.
Tomorrow, the Silent Climate Parade takes place in Berlin as part of the biggest climate demonstration in the world. With thousand of expected participants equipped with wireless headphones, the Silent Climate Parade is a silent and emission-free event, which should draw our attention to the biggest and unsolved problem: the climate change.
Last week Parag Jain, author at Juggernaut, published a very interesting info graphic on how to understand the sharing economy. See the info graphic on Society 3.0!
In the Chinese city of Chongqing (the fifth-largest city) there is now an extra lane for smartphone users. But ist he sidewalk really more safe?
Just read a very interesting article on a development I only know as a relic from the past: Community living aka Hacker Housing.
The Egyptian police are using the dating app Grindr to locate gays. Finally, the company responds – although it had already been warned in February.
The Trendrede of 2015 was a big success! Check the PDF file and the pictures on Society 3.0!
The controversial car service Uber is currently not allowed to provide its service in Germany. In case of violation, the company has to pay a fine of 250,000 euros or a detention order. Uber already lodged an opposition.