Monthly Archives: June 2014


Can we live without governments?

In the novel “Lord of the flies”, William Golding tells the story of a group of boys who get stuck on an uninhabited island. They are forced to govern themselves; however, their system quickly falls apart as the boys unleash their evil and savage sides. The result is a fight […]


TEDxAmRing talks finally ONLINE!!!

Did you miss the TEDxAmRing event? Or would you like to see the talks again? Maybe forward your favorite talk to your friends? Hoorrrayy! Finally it is possible because the TEDxAmRing talks are ONLINE!


The importance of getting lost – but it’s hard to lose your way

How did you land your dream job, discover your favourite musician, meet your significant other? Was it the result of an orchestrated, structured search process? Or was there at least a glimpse of something else involved – being at the right spot at the right time (and doing the right […]


Modern Technology – One man’s trash, another man’s treasure

How often do you replace your cellphone? Once, or maybe twice a year? A majority of Austrian citizens replace their phones every 2-3 years. That count also applies to Americans and residents of the UK. Finns on the other hand are more likely to keep their phones for an average […]


9 tales from TEDxAmRing

Thank you for joining the TEDxAmRing conference on May 30th in the Hofburg Palace, Vienna. The foundation of every talk was change in its different forms. What differed where the amazing stories of bravery, courage, talent, passion, fear, ambition, innovation and love. A common conclusion: we need change to happen […]