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Technology march 17, 2014

How Berlin Is Revealing The Darker Side Of The Digital World

The Transmediale festival that highlights art, technology and digital culture, embarked on a critical examination of the Internet.

Technology october 31, 2013

Binary Code Doubles As A Time Capsule For The Next Millennium

Printed volumes provide a history of modern-day life for future humans or other intelligent lifeforms.

Sustainability march 24, 2012

PSFK CONFERENCE NYC: Our 2011 Event In Videos [PSFK NYC 2012]

Gearing up for our conference next week, we bring you a round-up of the stimulating talks from laste year's event that cover topics from technology to design, urban issues, creativity, games, and the future potential of our society.

Work august 22, 2011

Does Technology Serve Human Purposes?

A conversation between authors Henry Jenkins and Sherry Turkle of MIT demonstrates that there are different viewpoints on how we can better learn to live with technology, and have that technology serve (and not disrupt) us.

Mobile july 15, 2011

Secrets Of A Killer Media Buyer: The Series

What new challenges do media buyers face in the midst of our hyper-digital age? We hear from the experts.

Retail june 28, 2011

PSFK CONFERENCE NYC: The Event In Videos

A video round-up of alll the exciting talks and presentations from PSFK's successful New York 2011 Conference.

Design & Architecture february 25, 2011

New MTV Awards Show Honors Digital Culture

The O Music Awards (or OMAs), is a digital music-focused event that aims to highlight the milestones and achievements of the "art, artistry and technology of digital music."

Work december 22, 2010

Archiving Musical Artifacts From Early Internet Culture

Internet Archaeology hopes to preserve early Internet culture by converting MIDI files into vinyl.

Innovation september 25, 2009

What the Internet is Killing, Part 2

Rather than lament the passing of traditional values, beliefs and rituals, let's invent ways to save them. Let's examine the 'dying' practices we value and design new tools, strategies, and products to keep them (or the essence of them) alive.

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