Since 1979, Claudia Klinger (born in 1954) has been living in Berlin. She started developing her internet projects as early as 1996, among them the second oldest digital diary in German. She is active as a blogger, works as a web designer and does social-media-coaching for freelance professionals and companies. Since 1999, she publishes “Digital Diary – Vom Sinn des Lebens zum Buchstabenglück“ (http://www.claudia-klinger.de/).
Articles of Claudia Klinger
Flusser Files was the very first Internet site in Germany dealing with Vilém Flusser’ work. It went online as early as 1998. Among other things, it contains the hypertext by Reinhold Grether “Weltrevolution nach Flusser,” and a comment on a Flusser Symposium held in March 1999 in Puchheim, Germany, written by Bernd Wingert and Rainer Guldin in German and Italian (http://www.claudia-klinger.de/flusser/).