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Basic elements of techpolitics

So many try to reinvent the wheel when it comes to techpolitics in Europe – we need to get better at learning from each other, across borders! I will explain more eventually, but here is my attempt to visualize (in a pretty nitty-gritty way) some of the basic elements of techpolitics. These elements are in … Continue reading

My review of different collaborative tools.

A couple of day ago I wrote about my search for a good collaborative tool for idea/argument sharing. I’m looking for a tool which makes it easy to contribute yes and no arguments (without having to login) and later on, vote on the best arguments. I was recommended four different tools and here are my … Continue reading