The Shift-Interview with Florent Daignière, co-developer of Freenet.
We met him in London and talked about the idea behind Freenet and his views about censorship and free speech.
Less is more: How online platforms encourage people to swap and share. Photo albums of the future: How lifeloggers are capturing their daily lives around the clock with mini-cameras. And we Exit with: "Around Saturn" - a cleverly artistic video clip compiled from pictures taken from outer space.
NASA's Cassini probe took more than 200,000 pictures of Saturn. Italian ICT consultant and video artist Fabio Di Donato combined them to make a delightful video. He has the rings and moons of Saturn dancing a waltz in time to the music.
Lifelogging is about capturing your own life in photos. Special cameras worn on the body take pictures automatically at regular intervals. The result: a jigsaw puzzle of memories.
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