The Missing Link: Welcome to Planet B – Ars Electronica, a festival in motion

After two years dominated by a pandemic, this year the Ars Electronica Festival has almost returned to its former glory and fullness with 71,000 visitors and 953 artists, scientists and students from 76 countries. Linz seemed to shake off his fear of the crown, even on the tram, only a few masked faces could be … Read more

Our daily lust for outrage

Outrage is the main driving force behind all criticism. Disagreement sharpens the senses. After reading, watching and listening, deviations are usually easier to remember than what sounds the same. Dissonances, breaks, and turning points – modernity turns away from similarities and repetitions towards an allegedly unique one in which structural changes seem to be suspended. … Read more

Yellow Pages study: Social media is gaining importance for businesses

02/08/2022 – 10:10 Yellow Pages Marketing Ltd Frankfurt am Main (ots) Corona reinforced the trend that more and more companies are using social channels to communicate with their customers Consumers respond positively to this commitment, but want companies to make even better use of social channels Grocery stores and doctor’s offices did the best with … Read more

Twitter sues Musk: 60-page lawsuit – economy

Anyone who bought an iron online can just send it back soon if they don’t want one anymore. Once you’ve signed a deal to buy a billion-dollar company, it’s not that easy to get out of there. Elon Musk tries anyway. The 51-year-old Tesla boss and billionaire tries to cancel the purchase of the social … Read more

Facebook and Instagram: Zuckerberg copies Tiktok – Economy

The largest platform in the world is reinventing itself and hardly anyone cares about it – reportedly even Mark Zuckerberg. This way you can summarize what is happening on Facebook right now. Zuckerberg was left with four sentences on Thursday for radical restructuring the chain wants to carry out. Besides, he likes to write long … Read more

Musk and Twitter: what’s next – the economy

Anyone who bought an iron online can just send it back soon if they don’t want one anymore. Once you’ve signed a deal to buy a billion-dollar company, it’s not that easy to get out of there. Elon Musk tries anyway. The 51-year-old Tesla boss and billionaire tries to cancel the purchase of the social … Read more

Twitter: Musk Retreat Background – Economy

The following rule of thumb for Twitter’s short message service: Anyone who wrote something stupid – and this is often the case on Twitter – will sometimes want to undo it and can also delete the post with a single click. The man who actually agreed to buy Twitter is also trying to hit the … Read more

Meta: Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg threatens his employees

Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t have the reputation of being a great empath, but what he shared with his employees last Thursday was extremely difficult for them to assimilate. In a mixture of bloody sweat and tears and collective threats of dismissal, the head of the meta group tried to explain to his subordinates: Now is a … Read more

Tiktok: China reads on – economy

Tiktok is an entertainment platform that impresses over a billion people, values ​​privacy and has nothing to do with China. Tiktok is a spy tool that makes children addicted, censors content, and works with the Chinese government. The first answer is given to those who ask Tiktok’s boss in Germany, Tobias Henning, what makes his … Read more

Why Mark Zuckerberg is threatening his employees – Economics

Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t have the reputation of being a great empath, but what he shared with his employees last Thursday was extremely difficult for them to assimilate. In a mixture of bloody sweat and tears and collective threats of dismissal, the head of the meta group tried to explain to his subordinates: Now is a … Read more