the co–matter podcast 

A series of conversations with organisers, entrepreneurs, designers, architects, filmmakers and other leading minds on collective action and the ideas behind it.

Hosted by Severin Matusek, each conversation dives deep into a company, movement or technology that shapes how we cooperate, connect and find belonging in today's world.

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040 Sarah Drinkwater: What is the responsible tech movement?
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039 Peter Sunde: What makes people become activists?
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038 Andres Colmenares: The Everything Manifesto
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037 Philippa Wagner: The hotel as a community
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036 Julien de Smedt: The architecture of misuse
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035 Lea Korsgaard & Jakob Moll: The future of community based media
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034 Darius Kazemi: How to create your own social network
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033 Payal Arora: Let the next billion users play games and watch porn
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032 Helen Job: The future of the future forecaster
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031 Yancey Strickler: Could this be our future?
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030 Franziska Parschau: Adobe’s Creative Residency and Community Programs
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029 Amanda Michel: Why not ask readers to contribute?
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028 Scott Heiferman: The story of Meetup
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027 Kathryn Geels: What is engaged journalism?
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026 Charles Broskoski: The story behind Are.na
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025 Annie Malarkey: Why does WeTransfer care about your mental mealth?
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024 Jennifer Brandel & Mara Zepeda: How Zebras Unite make startup culture more inclusive
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023 Hampus Jakobsson: There is no us vs them in the climate crisis
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022 Petra Costa: The Edge of Democracy
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021 Yousef Hammoudah: How we built adidas Runners
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020 Santiago Siri: Can the internet save democracy?
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019 Solana Larsen: How to keep the internet healthy
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018 Jyri Engeström: Investing into the web's social infrastructure
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017 Harper Reed: The Life and Times of Harper Reed
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016 Claire L. Evans: The women who built the internet
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015 Khalid Albaih: How we lost the internet
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014 Sarah Clark: The secret behind Rapha's success
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013 Claire Wasserman: How Ladies Get Paid helps women rise up
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012 Charles Adler: What I learned from building Kickstarter
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011 Nelly Ben Hayoun: How to design experiences
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010 Rafe Offer: How Sofar Sounds turned into a global movement
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009 Linda Liukas: How I became a children's book author over night
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008 Justin Gignac: Building the world’s most obsessively curated community of creatives
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007 Annamaria Olsson: How Give Something Back to Berlin connects refugees and other migrants through knowledge sharing
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006 Simon Caspersen: How IKEA’s research lab SPACE10 open-sources innovation
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005 Martin Jordan, Kara Kane: How the UK government designs public services according to human needs
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004 Jerry Michalski: The power of trust
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003 Damian Bradfield: How WeTransfer became a platform for creatives
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002 Niko Woischnik: How Tech Open Air became Europe's biggest interdisciplinary tech conference
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Last updated: December 1, 2021 ■ 11:00am