What’s your relationship status with technology?

When I go home after conferences I always get the feeling that I didn’t do enough. That I didn’t meet all the people I wanted to and didn’t have time to ask all the questions I had in mind.

Inspired by the short film The Future of Art myself and Olof Werngren went to Sweden Social Web Camp to tap in to some of the participants ideas and make them shareable to a larger audience. In total we interviewed 15 people on three topics related to the Media Evolution The Conference. The first film we recorded was about how global media markets can be today in just one click.

Man and Machine

In relation to the “Man and Machine” topic, about what the interfaces between the physical and digital world will be and how we fit into the equation, as humans as well as professionals, at The Conference we gathered five conference participants outside of Sjöstugan to ask them about what their relationship status with technology is and how it is changing:

In order of appearance: Brit Stakston (Media Strategist, JMW), Gitta Wilén (Digital Storyteller, Veidekke bostad), Marcin de Kaminski (Hacktivist Telecomix), Maria Hägglöf (Web Editor, Royal Institute of Technology) and Patrik Fältström (Distinguished Consulting Engineer, Cisco).

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