Hitting the (Pay)wall

Everyone loves Spotify. And how could you not? The concept of listening to whatever music you feel like, whenever you feel like it and however much you want to for a fixed monthly fee has become so popular that the number of worldwide subscribers has skyrocketed over the past few

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The Box (Poem)

Hello there! We’re glad to see you,Make yourselves comfortable, folks, It’s us, your old and trusted friends, The voices from the box. Together, we’ve been through a lot, Those football nights and tears of joy, Your children love the magic box, So does that silly wife of yours! It’s been

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For Whom the Bell Tolls

September 2018 marked the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers that triggered the most destructive financial and economic crisis of the last 80 years. One of the most powerful US investment banks at the time collapsed in a handful of days. Meanwhile, not long before its filing for

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Information Overload

Lying and misinterpretation. These are the things you think of first when you hear the concept of misinformation. However, if you take a different approach it could be said that misinformation does not come from being dishonest, but rather from an excessive amount of information. Media Expansion   A few

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Lost in Translation

Walking through Malmö, you can hear a mix of different languages. The same counts for international congresses, parliaments, round tables, etc. Did you ever think about the information you miss out on because you do not understand the people’s native language. Of course there is the possibility of translation, but what

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