Young? Fond of traveling abroad to boost your education? What exactly do you expect to gain when studying abroad? Or when doing an internship abroad? Or when just doing a trip in some other country? Which advantages and disadvantages does a young person have when being mobile?
The Young European Federalists (JEF) want to study these questions and need your support. Their online questionnaire contains questions about mobility during education & training and requires approximately 10 minutes for filling in:
Evaluation is anonymous and the results will be published after the 1st of August 2009 on the JEF website. JEF will use the results to make suggestions to politicians in order to achieve equal opportunities, to provide support and information for young people who want to travel abroad.
Yesterday and today I attended Chris Mitchell‘s talks at FOSAD 2007 on Trusted Computing / Treacherous Computing (TC) (Slides: part1, part2). The presentation was fairly neutral, even though Chris is one of the people working on OpenTC, so I assume he is also of the proponents of this controversial technology to which I oppose.
Here are some aspects that become even clearer to me from the two talks and the discussions that followed.
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