Wikileaks: Why Flattr didn’t budge to the pressure

It feels like only yesterday that Wikileaks was getting tossed off the Internet, and blocked from transactions through PayPal, Visa and Mastercard. Flattr was one of the few remaining ways to easily support Wikileaks. We never made any official statements about it, but questions about it were asked from a few journalists. We wanted to … Continue reading Wikileaks: Why Flattr didn’t budge to the pressure

Attending Webcoast un-conference

This past weekend, the 18-20th of March, Flattr attended the Webcoast un-conference in Gothenburg. For those of you who are unfamiliar with it, the un-conference concept is about allowing all the participants decide what will be talked about at the conference, simply by talking about it themselves. It's a participant-steered conference. I, Marie, wanted to … Continue reading Attending Webcoast un-conference