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JANUARY PREVIEW: From start-up sexism to the housing crisis, our January issue gives you a road map to the hot topics of 2014. Get a taste right now with our exploration of Bitcoin in Berlin. more

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Berlin as a city is certainly open, but how about open source? We profiled four open source near-exemplars. For Van Bo Le-Mentzel, creator of Hartz IV Möbel and the One-SQM-House, open source isn’t just a fad – it’s a pantheist philosophy. more

Interviews & Portraits

Berlin as a city is certainly open, but how about open source? We profiled four open source near-exemplars. Open source bookmaking is all in a week’s work for publishing revolutionary Adam Hyde. more

Interviews & Portraits

It’s a hacker’s wet dream: combine Berlin’s two most popular drinks, mate and beer, with an open source ideology. The result? Mier! A herbal, dark, bitter brew with 5.3 percent alcohol, it’s well worth a try. more

Insider Tips

Berlin as a city is certainly open, but how about open source? We profiled four open source near-exemplars. In his Neukölln techno-lair, Julian Oliver builds gadgets that shake us from the complacency of cyberspace. more

Interviews & Portraits

Berlin as a city is certainly open, but how about open source? We profiled four open source near-exemplars, beginning with 28-year-old Kiwi Sam Muirhead, who decided to open source his life for a year – from technology to toothpaste. more

Interviews & Portraits

INTERVIEW: The first couple of open source lay everything on the table from their part in the Pirate Party and "bedingungloses Grundeinkommen" (guaranteed basic income) to feminism and liquid democracy. more

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Our Wednesdays at Burger presents a panel discussion: Anke Domscheit-Berg, Jan Hemme and Robert Levine, join us to look back on what the Piratenpartei has achieved in the past year and where they plan to go next. Wed, Oct 27, 21:00 at Kaffee Burger. more

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C-base is today's geek ground zero – an open-source playground for everything from software to sci-fi and according to it's members an alien spaceship crashed on the site of c-base 4.5 billion years ago. They plan on leaving in 2023. more

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In the wake of several protests, it's evident that GEMA is short on friends. But is GEMA truly awful? And if so, how awful? Exberliner gets past the complaints about Youtube and club closure fear to examine all sides of the protested organisation. more

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Symposium Digital Backyards (Oct 18-20) file-shares a range of serious topics from hacking and online activism to European alternatives to Google and Facebook. Get off the internet and discuss! more

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OUT NOW! The OPEN SOURCE SPECIAL! WIKILEAKS love-birds tell us about their NET-ACTIVIST lifestyle. Learn how to DODGE BVG INSPECTORS with our top Berlin open source projects. And when will the reign of GEMA end? More inside… more

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