Some show to die for


Celebrities celebrate:

World’s famous supreme media researcher and philosopher Andreas Leo Findeisen (‘Some code to die for: On the Birth of the Free Software Movement in 1887’) invited Vienna’s top intelligensia to fluc vienna yesterday to join him for his happy 40th birthday anniversary.

The gala’s highlight was a synchro-performance by Maschek, well known Viennese comedians and local heros. Showmaster (as usual): Johannes Grenzfurthner.

Besides his bread-and-butter job at the Academy of Fine Arts as Peter Sloterdijk’s intellectual slave, Leo founded two very ambitious and imaginative research projects, Serious Pop and Transforming Freedom, a radar for digital culture. He is also one of the most potent supporters of the Piratenpartei Österreichs.

Leo links:
Transforming Freedom
Piratenpartei Österreichs
Serious Pop

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