As a child in a communist country, one of the particular locations that helped me to find out my way through a forest of block buildings looking similarly was a movie theater called Cosmos. There it was the place where the big kids were going to watch Indian Romantic movies I was not allowed to go to. It seems that I was not the only one with a Cosmos movie theater in my life as very close to the Iron Curtain, in the DDR, Kosmos was DDR's first 'kino'. After the fall of communism, it was used for a while as a multiplex, but apparently there were not too many on the Karl Marx Allee eager to spend too much time there. Now, Kosmos could be rented for capitalist men and women interested in sharing ideas about IT and the mobile industry. This week, it was the location of two days of intensive networking and workshops, on the occasion of the BITKOM Congress. Times change, Kosmos changes only the destination and continues to be located on the same historical Karl-Marx Allee.