RP is a magazin about new technology and how it shapes our life and thinking. RP explores fascinating and sometimes contradictory situations we as humans experience when being exposed to technology. RP exhibits new technology and reviews tools everyone can use to become a creator.
While we are constantly online we trade our privacy against interactions with remote people. Our hope is to feel closer and stay connected in a globalised and networked society. Yet we hardly understand and almost never question the true intentions and actual goals technology creators have in mind.
re·mote [rɪˈməʊt] adjective
1. located far away; situated at a distance.
2. distant in time: an age in the remote past.
3. removed, as from the source of action.
4. operated from a distance: remote-controlled.
5. slight or faint: not the remotest idea.
Origin: 1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin remōtus, past participle of removēre to move back.
pres·ence [ˈprez(ə)ns] noun
1. the state or fact of being present.
2. attendance or company.
3. immediate proximity of a person or thing.
4. personal appearance or bearing.
5. (of a recording) a quality that gives the impression that the observer is in the presence of the original source.
Origin: 1300–50; Middle English < Middle French < Latin praesentia.