#CountOnMe: posts for 05-06.09-09.09

Three-day edition! Apologies for not posting was sick.

Plat-du-jour of posts to share:

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[POST COMMUNIST BUBBLE]

Noemi, the co-founder of Edgeryders, grew up in post-communist Romania. Find out her story on life in Romania and what made her move out: http://bit.ly/2Z1xNzk

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[AdWeb]

Ads fund internet we know and love today.

But, is the ad-funded internet the only option? Can the internet be set up differently? Join the discussion: http://bit.ly/341g2A2

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Facebook:

Many governments around the world already use AI to some extent to speed up their decision-making process.

It can go from citizens requesting better garbage collection or use of AI to predict where accidents might happen on a new road.

Citizens often expect AI to do miracles in improving their lives. However, while AI can vastly improve public services that before were managed by people, it cannot do wonders.

Yet.

Join the discussion: http://bit.ly/2kqaGwk

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[Silk Roads Network]

How to grow the festival? Member Hugi gave a speech at CCCamp on how he and his team managed to grow Borderlands festival from 700 to over 3000. Watch here: http://bit.ly/2jVk1vE

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[Open source]

Interested or have experience in working with open source? Join our vibrant discussion on the importance of open source here: http://bit.ly/2m8wywJ

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FACEBOOK

By now, everyone knows about protests that are ongoing in Hong Kong.

To evade getting blocked by the Chinese Government, protesters are relying on mesh networks that cannot be blocked.

It is crucial not to lose track of developing self-reliant technology in the age of 5G hype. You never know when you might need mesh-networks.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2lKfhcI

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Twitter

Europe today is in a peculiar situation. Stuck between San Francisco flavoured platform-capitalism, Beijing’s Great Firewall and European values. Sounds interesting to discuss and propose solutions? Then join Trust: http://bit.ly/2m1TugN

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[CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC ISOLATION]

In an abandoned theatre in the internationally unrecognized territory, Nagorno Karabakh (a region in South Caucasus) the ARTsakh Fest troupe is busy organizing a contemporary art festival from October 4th till 6th. Read more: http://bit.ly/2k6ML4D

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In an abandoned theatre in the internationally unrecognized territory Nagorno Karabakh, the ARTsakh Fest troupe is busy organizing a contemporary art festival from October 4th till 6th: from the local community to curators from the Armenian capital Yerevan, to international artists. They’re working hard to rebuild the cultural community, support the local economy, and contribute to world culture. Read more: http://bit.ly/2k6ML4D

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@inge @nadia @natalia_skoczylas @noemi @alberto @johncoate @MariaEuler @ilaria

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Do you have nice images to use for each post @fsimonov?

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I’ll provide one’s I’m using.

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