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November 2018 - page 4

My life on Mars: art and outer space

in #TechTavern/Arts/Philosophies/Society
Artist Elizabeth Gerdeman, working on a diorama created for artist Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s exhibit Martian Dreams Ensemble. (Photo © Elizabeth Gerdeman)
Artist Elizabeth Gerdeman, working on a diorama created for artist Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s exhibit Martian Dreams Ensemble. (Photo © Elizabeth Gerdeman)

Contemplating Elon Musk, life as a simulation, and building a planet from scratch.

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The painful road to a Germany of immigrants

in Movies/Philosophies/Society
A peaceful Germany of immigrants has been a difficult road for decades. (Photo: public domain)
A peaceful Germany of immigrants has been a difficult road for decades. (Photo: public domain)

How does Germany become a nation of immigrants? Two great documentaries at DOK Leipzig 2018 “Der zweite Anschlag” and “Sorge 87” – show us how. Spoiler alert: The road to a Germany of immigrants is a difficult and painful one.

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In good company: finances to AI

in Business/Jobs/LeipList
"Want to be a bigger dor?" (Postcard designed by Patrick Bauer for Leipzig Glocal Job Fair)
"Want to be a bigger dor?" (Postcard designed by Patrick Bauer for Leipzig Glocal Job Fair)

The Leipzig Glocal Job Fair happens in 11 days, featuring some 25 companies and organizations from various fields. Get to know them a little bit beforehand, in preparation for meeting them. We give you Part III of our Q&A’s: Verivox, inlingua and d25.io.

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Fancy buying a home in Leipzig?

in Business/LeipList
Buying a home in Leipzig is still affordable.
Buying a home in Leipzig is still affordable.

Leipzig has been ranked Germany’s most livable city. This may just be the time to buy a home and get a mortgage here, while it’s still not too expensive and offers a good return on your investment – and this article gives you useful tips to achieve it.

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