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A red carpet trips up to the stage, where a light box stamped with the ubiquitous clocktower logo fades from purple through to orange. The awards themselves, miniature clocktowers in green, red and gold, rest demurely atop a soft-lit podium... David Charles blogs about the events of the Elevate.>> more

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Stefan Meretz strode onto the stage, eyes blazing, promising fire and brimstone. Channelling the revolutionary power of his medieval countryman, Martin Luther, Stefan proceeded to nail his iconoclastic theses to the door of the Elevate church... David Charles blogs about the events of the Elevate>> more

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This is a loose transcript of a dialogue between Michael Bauer, who works for the Open Knowledge Foundation in the School of Data, and Thomas Lohninger, who works as a software developer and studies Cultural and Social Anthropology at the University of Vienna... David Charles blogs about the events >> more

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The danger of designing a discourse programme around the theme of "Open Everything?" is that, if you're unlucky, the discussions will end up being hijacked by ding-dong arguments over privacy... David Charles blogs about the events of the Elevate Festival.>> more

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Until October 2008, the people of Iceland were on top of the world. Capitalism worked, they thought, and they had the plasma screens to prove it. By the end of the month, the country had suffered a complete financial collapse. Nobody was ready: they were all watching their plasma screens... David Charles blogs about the events of the Elevate Festival.>> more

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Jacob Appelbaum has something to hide: he is delivering this year's Elevate Festival Opening Speech. David Charles blogs about the events of the Elevate Festival.>> more

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The scene is set: a hollowed cave, buried deep in the bosom of an Austrian mountain. Darkness ripples over the crowd, already kept waiting. The subterranean envelops us, the atmosphere increasingly oppressive, like we are trapped in the underground volcano lair of one of the more flamboyant Bond villains. The compacted earth above and around us vibrates with the bass thrum of expectant conversation, then... David Charles blogs about the events of the Elevate Festival. >> more

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Ex CIA-Agent Robert David Steele answered Elevate Festival's questions about news services, secrets and the hacker-scene. #e13knowledge>> more

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2012's „Elevate the Apocalypse“ was a fitting tagline for Elevate’s take on a long-gone worldview. The artwork revealed the familiar medieval clock tower's mechanical innards, resembling the bleak building blocks that make up our world. The untouchable nature of affairs rang in the end of all things for a fatalistic mind.>> more

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