Broadcast 2022-04-12 21:00 - 2022-04-12 22:56
25 years ago in Northern Germany, an Amiga/C64 demoparty called "Symposium" and a PC demoparty called "Mekka" decided to merge and do one common demoscene event on Easter, bringing the Home computer and PC demoscene under one roof. Something unthinkable at the time.
This was the beginning of a tradition that was eventually carried on by Breakpoint and resulted in Revision, the world's biggest pure demoparty.
Ah, the kids we were...! But wait, what about kids today? In the second half of the episode, we explore how kids perceive the digital world today, how they enter it and get educated about it, and if the demoscene can still be relevant for this generation.
So what better time of the year to invite Steeler, travelling all the way from the 1980s to this day, learn from his insights as a media education advisor, and ponder with him about the next generation's approach to creativity and tinkering.
Lean back and get ready for a MASSIVE episode!
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