About Us Anaïs Decasper, Radio Energy: Anaïs Decasper, Radio Energy, I kind of miss writing SMS on my Nokia 3310. Andrea Germann, GlücksPost: If I had to come up with a start-up idea, I’d develop some kind of a beeper for absent minded people like me. You could attach the beeper to your phone, your keys, your make-up case or whatever you constantly lose. Andy Hobi, Blick Sport: Keep in mind – Only your Facebook-Friends are your real Friends 😉 Anina Frischknecht, Beobachter: I’m a digital native, who repeatedly loses stuff in the cloud and who doesn’t treat backups with the respect they deserve. I’m in love with Snapchat, though. Anja Zobrist, Radio Energy: At school, I accidentally managed to pour water over the server, leaving ten employees unable to work on their computers for a whole afternoon. Carlo Lardi, Blick Group WebTV: I’m waiting for the day we can choose our dreams and nightmares by ourselves – with only one click. Florian Wicki, Blick Group Politics: I’m interested in generative design, digital manufacturing and artificial intelligence of course. Even if I don’t understand a single word of it. Marco Brunner, Handelszeitung: I’ve never been on Myspace and I’m not on Snapchat yet. But I want to follow the digital transformation by thinking about all its possibilities and the changes it brings to society. Noah Zygmont, Radio Energy: I remember my first mobile phone. It was one from the post office with only three keys for saving three numbers – incredible! Pauline Broccard, Schweizer Illustrierte Entertainment: We do a video after each dance class to remember the new steps and share it in our whatsapp group. There are positive and negative sides to that. Rahel Zingg, Style: I remember the days of dial-up internet and especially this sound (it still makes me kind of nostalgic). Remo Bernet, Blick Group People: I’m kind of a digital hipster: Netflix is too mainstream for me! Remo Schraner, SonntagsBlick-Magazin: There was a time when I had no facebook. Silvana Degonda, Schweizer Illustrierte News: My brother and I had to cover the modem back in the ‘90s with a pillow when we wanted to go online – so we wouldn’t wake our parents up on Sunday mornings. Simona Boscardin, SonntagsBlick News: If I could establish a start-up, it would be a locator to find my socks again in the washing machine – because I lose them all the time and don’t want my socks to be lonely. Sven Forster, Blick Group News: MSN was my first digital love, but I still do not have a functioning webcam.