The story of how Amazon developed its digital platform in the cloud and its impact on different regions.
During the pandemic, memes have offered a way to cope with the crisis and weave a collective narrative.
Felipe G. Gil
A democratic source of collective creativity, memes define our digital culture through transformative practices.
The Internet has gone from being a utopia where everything was possible to a place full of angry people obsessed with their own representation
Anna Pacheco | Efraín Foglia | Felipe G. Gil | Irene Solà | Jorge Carrión | Libby Heaney | Liliana Arroyo | Maria Callís Cabrera | Estampa
We asked different authors to take a free, textual, no-links approach to the idea of disconnection and technology addiction.
Emerging from the dawn of the first Internet, today dank memes can be understood as an absurd expression that condenses the spirt of our times and as an expression of fury that boycotts the marketing logic of the Internet.
Some 54% of the contents on the Internet are in English. We wonder about the rest of the languages, taking as a starting point the case of the African continent, where a third of the world’s languages are spoken and cultural activists take advantage of the digital environment to defend it.
The finalists of the Cultural Innovation International Prize offer us different ways of raising awareness and tackling the challenges faced by the Internet.
Emerging from the tension between the political and politics is a form of aesthetic expression that renews the debate in the public sphere.
The uses of the hidden Internet seem to move between two opposing poles: illegitimate activities and political activism.
Africa has been an experimentation laboratory for Internet espionage, censorship and denunciation by civil society alike.
Technological sovereignty must become another pillar on which to gradually construct and consolidate a new technological model that is ethical, responsible and civic.