Julia Fellner


About Julia Fellner

Julia is a published writer of novels, blogger and digital marketer whenever she can get the cat to move off her laptop. She is obsessed with tea, baking and discovering new places. She tweets at @FellnerBooks.


How to travel the world with (almost) no money

Travel the world with (almost) no money

From stockbroker to hitchhiker Hitchhiking in the back of a pickup truck in Thailand. Eating breakfast with a family in Turkey. Spending the night on an overcrowded train in India. Sleeping under an abandoned vehicle in Mozambique. Being a traffic diverter in Australia. House sitting a manor in New Zealand. […]


Body & Mind

Pioneering a revolutionary body & mind relationship: Interview with Ben Hwang 4

The Pioneers Festival brings together entrepreneurs developing innovative technologies on May 24 & 25 in the Hofburg. One of their speakers is Ben Hwang of Profusa, a health tech company which revolutionizes the relationship our minds have with our bodies through a sensor implant, which provides a stream of live […]


The Secret Power of Fans

The Secret Power of Fans

It has not only been the Internet and the digital revolution, which have empowered consumers. The originating of fandoms has played a major role as well. Fandom is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as a collective of fans who are regarded “as a community or subculture.” Through the building of […]


Let’s go on a Viennese adventure

It’s pitch-black in the forest of the Prater. Only your lantern lights your way. In the distance you spot a flame. Is this where your next challenge is waiting for you? The next demon you must face? Then you hear them. The bells. They’re coming closer. The demons are coming […]


“The Internet is not the opposite of real life”

Mike Rugnetta is a composer, programmer and performer. You might know him as host of YouTube shows, such as PBS Idea Channel. For TEDxVienna he recently gave a talk about “What if there is something beyond the network?” I had the opportunity to interview him about creativity, networking and understanding complex […]


Why I wish there were more characters using sign language on TV

  A little known fact is that sign language is just as much a fully developed, complex language as spoken ones. Sign language has its own rules and its own varieties. For example, American Sign Language is different from Austrian Sign Language (ÖGS) but even within Austria you can discover […]