meshedsociety.com comments and analyses events, news and trends related to the digitization of the world, and how this process impacts economies, industries and societies. meshedsociety.com is run by Martin Weigert.

Between spring 2010 and December 2014, Martin was the senior editor of the leading Swiss-German tech blog netzwertig.com. Currently he works as freelance editor, writer and curator for various companies and media outlets, among them Scope, Bertelsmann Stiftung, c36daily and t3n.de. He started to cover the Web and Internet industry on a daily basis in 2007 and has been fascinated and obsessed with the changes that the Internet brings to every aspect of life ever since. More about him on martinweigert.com. Martin can also be found on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Martin holds a B.A. in Business Communication Management. He was born and raised in Berlin, Germany, moved to Stockholm, Sweden, in 2006, and enjoys working location-independent, having opened his temporary virtual office in many different places around the globe, among others in Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, Mexico, Panama, Colombia and the United States. Martin speaks German, English and Swedish. Currently he is learning Spanish as well as the programming language Python.

The content and coverage on meshedsociety.com follows high ethical standards, is independent and transparent. Conflicts of interests will be avoided as much as possible and otherwise highlighted to ensure the reader’s awareness.