Today at 12:15 PÂl Dimmen, one of the first batch of masters students (well, cand. philol. really, it was before the switch) to graduate with a post graduate degree in humanistic informatics is returning to his alma mater to tell current students and staff about Life After Humanistic Informatics. PÂl wrote his MA thesis on piracy, and recently got a job as a journalist in Computer World – I haven’t seen him since his thesis defense in 2003, and I’m really looking forward to hearing about his success! The talk is open to all, it’ll be in room 264 in the HF-building.

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