Monthly Archives: September 2013


This was TEDxVienna City 2.0

On September 20th, TEDx Vienna brought on stage the issue of the “Unfinished City”. It brought cities as verbs and processes as much as nouns and places. Throughout the evening, prominent designers, architects, educators, and change makers delivered talks on smart cities and changing paradigms of urban planning, bicycle urbanism, […]


Bringing people together – “Citizens for Europe”

Everything starts with a simple “Hello!” – so it says. A while ago, we were introduced to Hello Europe!, a Belgian initiative to bring Europeans together to get to know each other. Also not too long ago, we learned about the surprising need for strangeness and how to make friends on the […]


A chat with Steven Engelsman

  We are thrilled that the upcoming TEDxVienna City 2.0 event will be hosted at the Weltmuseum Wien, a venue both rich in historical connections and illustrating new frontiers of all types. With its newly established brand it is a beacon for generating and embracing change in cities and reaching […]


Dr. Auma Obama at TEDxVienna 2013

No matter how foreign the concept might seem to us in an overwhelmingly globalized world, places where you cannot and even shouldn’t be heard or seen still exist today. These are worlds where your own identity struggles under the pressure of an exclusive culture’s tightness, restricted mentalities, stereotypes, sexism, strengths of […]


Michael “Vsauce”: Forgotten questions answered on YouTube

Learning is growth. Learning is like breathing. Learning is better than earning: Just some suggestions by Google autocomplete for “Learning is”. For sure, learning new things, getting answers to burning questions, adding another tiny piece to the gigantic puzzle called „understanding the world“ is a fool-proof way to feel the satisfaction of […]