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.
Hashem Al-Ghaili’s Facebook account "ScienceNaturePage" focuses on science news. More than six million fans follow him on his page.
Digital nomads have turned many people's dream to travel the world, relax on the beach AND make money at the same time into a reality. More and more young people travel to Thailand to surf the waves and the internet.
Shift met Madhav Chinnappa at the Berlin summit News Xchange. Google’s Head of News Partnership department talks about the kind of personal user data his company needs to improve its products.
The latest film about the dinosaur-like destroyer uses a winning forumla that harkens back to older Godzilla films. While smashing and dashing the world around him, the Japanese monster has symbolized different things.
Eric Carle's "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" remains a children's classic 50 years after it was published. It's being celebrated with an exhibition at the Wilhelm Busch Museum for Caricature and Drawings in Hanover.
The organizers and musicians of the renowned Moers Festival are committed to promoting and exploring new soundscapes. Here's how the avant-garde music festival in the small town became legendary.
Brazil's celebrated photojournalist and documentary photographer has spent a lifetime capturing the delicate balance between people and nature — and the consequences when this balance is lost.
Teachers and parents might not have noticed, but students don't only use YouTube for fun. According to a new study, about half of them watch videos to learn things as well. How does this affect the educational program?
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