Sometimes fun for free shows up in places where you least expect it. This happened on a bright Summer day on a trip with my family to the small Danish island Fejø. The 114-year-old mill in village turned out to be very generous.
Feeling low on energy in the dark cold Winter? Don’t worry – Copenhagen Light Festival is here to brighten up your life. On opening night DJ Simon Dokkedal and Labyrinth of Light were the creative frame of what to do in the dark.
What can you do to produce food 10 times cheaper, 10 times faster and 10 times easier? A FoodJam hosted by Growstack comes closer to the answer as engineering with food will be a much wanted skill in an (over)populated future.
Put those streaming-hit-sounds away – just for a minute, please. And listen, really listen, to the new sounds of the Danish underground. With an open mind you might even learn from the human soul. Give it a try at Nye Toner.
This year’s hack4dk had a rather morbid theme, since we played with the Copenhagen Burial Protocols from 1861-1912. It’s still a great place to learn and have fun at the same time, paying with your brainpower to future innovation.