CN:FM is an online/offline network of researchers and digital creative practitioners interested in feminist methodologies, which was initiated in 2014 by Penny Travlou (University of Edinburgh, CIRCLE) and Sophia Lycouris (University of Edinburgh, CIRCLE) in collaboration with Helen Varley Jamieson (Genderchangers, Upstage and FLOSS Manuals), Cornelia Sollfrank (University of Dundee) and Daphne Dragona (transmediale).
unMonastery, a place-based social innovation, addresses the interlinked needs of empty space, unemployment and depleting social services by embedding committed, skilled individuals within communities that could benefit from their presence.
Peter Sunde Kolmisoppi, a Berlin-based Swedish IT spokesperson, works on projects with the potential to change the society, and particularly deals with questions of intellectual property rights. Sunde is best known for co-founding the controversial Swedish website The Pirate Bay, that indexes BitTorrent files and bills itself as "the world's most resilient bittorrent site”. Besides this involvement, Sunde is co-founder of Flattr, a social micropayment service.
> flattr.com/ > thepiratebay.org/