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Slow Media Camp 2010

Amor Addit. Emblem mit geflügelter Schildkröte. Slow Media Camp 2010[Original German Blog-Post]

The first Slow Media Camp #slow10 will take place on June 9th 2010.

New Media Hype or Media Denial? Slow Media is about a third way to follow.

In the sessions we will present examples of Slow Media, discuss how Slow Media will evolve in the future and especially in howfar valueable communication is generated solely from idealism and personal enthusiasm – or is there a chance to earn good money with good media.


Hewlett-Packard GmbH
Schickardstrasse 32 (Buidling Businesspark)
D-71034 Böblingen, Germany

How to get there.


Wednesday, June 9th 11am to 06pm

Registration and Contact

Email: slow10 [at]
Registration and submissions (via Mixxt):

The Slow Media Camp is organized together with Forum Wertvolle Kommunikation and is sponsored by Hewlett-Packard GmbH.

By Joerg Blumtritt

Joerg Blumtritt (*1970) is data scientist and blogger. He co-founded the companies Datarella and BAYDUINO, based in Munich, Germany, and Baltic Data Science in Gdansk, Poland. Datarella develops data-driven products for the Internet of Things, BDS delivers data-science-as-a-service, BAYDUINO builds open source hardware.

Before that, Joerg had worked for media companies in Europe and the US. Having graduated in statistics and political sciences with a thesis on machine learning, Joerg started as a researcher in behavioral sciences, focused on nonverbal communication.

As political activist and researcher, Joerg works on projects regarding future democratic participation and open source IoT. He is co-author of the Slow Media Manifesto and blogs about media and art at, about data and the future of social research at, and about the IoT at

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