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Public Future

„Young people live in that public future—often to the horror of their elders—because they see the rewards that come from being open. They interact in public. That is how they share and connect with one another, how they build their reputations, careers and brands. They are savvy about the benefits and risks and … are learning to act accordingly, protecting their privacy with more skill and intelligence than we assume. We should learn from them, for the future is theirs.“ (Jeff Jarvis: Public Parts, 2011)



Uwe Martens: Birdy. Brot. Buch. Dansk. Djembé. Dram. Drum. Fairtrade. FCSP. Foliba. Foto. Kaffee. Kirche. Kommunikation. Mahjong. Musik. Oldenburg. Percussion. Politik. PPP. PR. Welt. Weltladen. Zukunft. 1959.

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