April 25th, 2012
By Lidija Butkovi? | Edited by Jerry Kann
Belgrade, Serbia — Once again, for three days and nights, Belgrade will be playing host to the SHARE Conference. This year the manifestation will gather more than 2,000 activists, bloggers, engineers, programmers and artists from Serbia and internationally in order to exchange progressive ideas and knowledge in technology, Internet, music and new media. During the event, an intensive music program will be simultaneously organized in several well-selected clubs and alternative venues in town.
The Conference consists of two parts:
SHARE by Day — Lectures will be given by Dr. Ian Brown of the Oxford Internet Institute; Peter Sunde, The Pirate Bay founder; and Daniel Domscheit-Berg, a former spokesperson for WikiLeaks and founder of OpenLeaks — to mention only some of the most notable authors.
SHARE by Night — The music program will present world-class authors of innovative electronic and contemporary music, together with talent from the local club scene.
So, are you interested in Internet, new media and new technologies? Do you fancy contemporary electronic music? Would you like to SHARE?
If you’re not able to visit the capital of Serbia on 26 – 28 April, you can attend SHARE via Internet on the official website. Most of the videos will be available as soon as the conference is finished.
For more information, go to www.shareconference.net