Come and visit the vibrant and bustling GIG Maker Space in Hall 3 today!
Of course, you're not just talking in the courtyard, but on the net as well – on Tuesday alone, there were more than 37,000 tweets posted about the event. Find out more in our telling Buzzrank report!
His session about the net society garnered lots of attention on Day 1 of #rp15 – and now Markus Beckedahl has given Philip Banse of DCTP.TV a short interview.
Today the re:play Kids’ Area is all about space! We’ll build some rockets together – and while astronaut Alexander Gerst is speaking on stage, we have some extra seats reserved in the front row for the kids.
"It is our digital society. We have to get involved and make a difference for the digital world," says Markus Beckedahl, co-founder of re:publica and editor-in-chief of the blognetzpolitik.org, in his opening speech of #rp15. Read the whole speech here.
Sometimes it all adds up. Just in time for re:publica, the train drivers of Deutsche Bahn go on strike. Good news is, all those staying at home or travelling in delayed trains can follow the events on the Main Stage easily on our live streaming service.
Whether it’s “Tatort”, outdoor games or just some good music: the re:publica’s got almost as much to offer offstage as it does on! We recommend the official supporting program and offer up some party tips!
If you haven’t done it yet, hurry up and get your #rp15 ticket! Pre-sale ends today, Monday, at High Noon. Later, in the afternoon from 4 pm to 9 pm during pre:publica, ticket holders can pick up their bracelets and badges while having yummy food and drinks.
Join the international and diverse GIG community on stage and in the GIG Maker Space at #rp15 next week. And you can already meet us at the Warm-Up this Sunday, May 3rd!
Topic of interest at our Public Value Journalism sub-conference will be nothing less than the future of journalism. Held in cooperation with the German Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), our aim is to incite exciting discussions and debate.
Will you once again have to choose between numerous workshops, talks, and events? Anna Lena Schiller of Adobe is a visual thinking expert and will be using her live-illustration skills to round up the key facts and findings at re:publica 15.
Have you ever thought about making an Android app, but don’t know how to code? Which useful things can we make out of all the machines we throw away? How can 3D printing improve the lives of children in Kenya? The GIG Maker Space has the answers.
Our re:health track is ready: There are 13 sessions in total, with 21 speakers from six countries and 8.5 hours of program. Read more on the re:health program in the second part of our series.