Published on 12/01/2008 - Contributors
Participate in: Informal Web-Based Education
A group of professionals from different fields and nationalities: Alistair, Carlos, David, Gregor, Jordi, Marc, Miki, Oriol, Pau, Pilar, gathered together in Barcelona to create this social network designed to share (teach / learn) knowledge by using videos and webcams. Sclipo gives you the opportunity to upload as much videos as you want (tutorials, lectures, how-to, etc.) and share them through their "academies" with friends, family and people around the world. It also has an application that... Read more
Published on 01/08/2009 - Contributors
Participate in: Elgoog, Platoniq: software con conciencia. Entrevista en Emprendedores, CASINNOVATION. Creative Clash, Goteo Workshop: Cultura de la microfinanciación, Estreno del documental "La Escuela Expandida"
Platoniq is an international non-profit organization made up of cultural producers and software developers based in Barcelona since 2001, pioner in the production and distribution of copyleft culture. Since 2001, they carry out activities and projects where the social uses of ICTs and networking are applied to enhance communication, self-training and citizens organisation. Their work generates innovative software applications and methodologies, in addition to an extensive free-licensed audiovisual archive on the Internet. This collective has been associated to the Center for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona since 2003. During the last years, their project Burn Station (2004) has been awarded by the Transitio Festival (Mexico DF) and by the Transmediale Digital Culture Festival (Berlin). It has also won a mention of honour in the UNESCO Digital Arts Awards. Among their projects, we can also find the Bank of Common Knowledge (2006), a knowledge exchange platform; the public streaming server, OpenServer; the organisation of temporary media labs, Media Space Invadres (2003-2004); and the creation of the first copyleft license within the Spanish legal framework, Unconditional Air (2004), which was applied to the contents of the exhibition with the same name produced by... Read more