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Save the Date: OPEN! – Konferenz für digitale Innovation
30.11.2016

Save the Date: OPEN! – Conference for digital innovation

For the second time OPEN! – Conference for digital innovation – is taking place on the 7th of December 2016 in Stuttgart. The launch of the conference last year focused on the areas...

Coding Da Vinci Nord: Voller Erfolg für alle Beteiligten
11.11.2016

Coding Da Vinci Nord: A full success for all participants

The atmosphere in the bunker on the Heiligengeistfeld in the resonance chamber yesterday was great. After the kick-off of the cultural hackathon Coding Da Vinci Nord on 17./18.9.2016...

Coding da Vinci Nord – Unser Kultur-Hackathon in Hamburg
21.07.2016

Coding da Vinci Nord – Our Culture Hackathon in Hamburg

Since 2014 the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, together with its partners Servicestelle Digitalisierung Berlin, Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland and Wikimedia Deutschland, has hosted...

Ablieferung von Netzpublikationen durch den Zitierenden. Sicherung der Persistenz von Onlinequellen in der Wissenschaft - Ein Beitrag von Jan Schallaböck
09.12.2015

Delivery of Internet Publications by the Quote Contributor. Securing the Stability of Online Sources in Science - An article by Jan Schallaböck

The first publication of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, “A Future for the Past – Cultural Heritage in a Digital World” appeared in March of 2015.

Der Großstadtziegel, Allegorien und Klangvisualisierungen: Das Finale von Coding da Vinci
22.06.2015

The Big-city Tile, Allegories and Sound Visualisations: The Finale of Coding da Vinci

The hackers involved in the Coding da Vinci Culture Hackathon have had ten weeks to develop their ideas using material from 47 data sets received from 33 cultural institutions.

Von Politkabarett und den Gefahren des Nichtwählens: Historische Wahlplakate in der Deutschen Digitalen Bibliothek
18.06.2015

On political cabaret and the dangers of not voting: historical election posters in the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek

“The best place for a politician,” runs a famous line by the German comedian Loriot, “is on an election poster. On a poster he is bearable, silent and easy to get rid of.”