Am vergangenen Freitag hat die Grüne Bundestagsfraktion einen Workshop zur Share-Economy organisiert. Der WorkShop fand im Rahmen der Konferenz “Verbrauchermacht in der digitalen Welt” statt.
Hier die wichtigsten Erkenntnisse zusammengefasst:
You would expect urban gardening projects in the hip and cool neighborhooods of Berlin, but in Wedding? Anja Manzke manages “Himmelbeet” (“patch of / in heaven”) and is getting it ready for its second season. The urban gardening project will have to show that it can last through the troubles of growing in a neglected neighborhood.The project founders have high hopes!
Max and I produced the video as part of our Praxis4 training at the EMS – Electronic Media School. His role was mostly editorial, mine was mostly camera work. Both of us did the raw editing and we had professional help for the finish.
Teaser, English Translation:
If you want to know what time it is, do you check your wrist or pull out your cell phone?
Those carrying a cell phone at all times often give up wrist watches. Yet, the larger modern smartphones grow, the more bulky they get. Now, the watch is making a comeback to the wrist as the clever, networked smartwatch. The Stiftung Warentest has tested five different smartwatches. Paul-Christian Britz on test results, tech gadgets and the dangers of increasing interconnection. Continue reading
Newspapers and news agencies are closing down. The media crisis has reached Germany. Still, many young people want to be journalists. The Electronic Media School in Potsdam offered a traineeship in the fall of 2013 once again. How will the head of training Michael Neugebauer prepare the next generation of future journalists? Paul-Christian Britz has found out.
Mustafa’s Vegetable Döner is the most famous in Berlin. The waiting lines are legendary. But is the wait worth it? Paul got in the line to find out who queues up at Mustafa’s and why. (German)
Mustafa’s Gemüsedöner ist der bekannteste Döner in ganz Berlin. Die langen Warteschlangen sind legendär. Aber lohnt sich das? Paul-Christian Britz hat sich in die Schlange begeben, um herauszufinden, wer bei Mustafas ansteht und warum.
Here’s another practice work sample :)
Intro: The leaves turn brown, there’s no denying fall any longer. Could be a very pretty scene, if it wasn’t for all the foliage on the streets and sidewalks. That can be pretty annoying. So I went out in Potsdam to find out what happens to all the foliage. Continue reading
I am Paul-Christian Britz aka @pcbritz. I am a young journalist and photographer. Currently, I’m enrolled in a trainee program for economy and consumer journalism in Berlin. I also like to discover cultures all over the world first hand. Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss the latest pictures and stories!