Monthly Archives: April 2017


Fed up with the fear of fat! 1

Do you consider yourself an open-minded person? I guess you do. But have you ever thought about your own judgemental thoughts about other people’s bodies and what these sometimes might imply? No? You don’t harbor any prejudice when it comes to other people’s appearances? Are you sure? Ok, then read on… Oversized, […]


Ode to the Odds #1
The Sound of Vienna

This month we start a new series in the TEDxVienna Blog, in which we want to introduce you to all the quirks of Vienna: Our bloggers uncover unusual facts and trivia, and weird aspects of Vienna you may never have noticed. Whether you are Viennese or have moved to the […]


Coffee House Readings #16: Simple as that

For my first Coffee House Reading, I wanted to share a book with you that has taught me something different than any other book I’ve read so far: The Laws of Simplicity in Design, Technology, Business and Life by John Maeda. I’ve chosen this particular book, because I usually don’t simplify […]


Why the Real Thing Will be Worth Less than its Digital Twin

As a sequel to ’80s cult film Blade Runner is scheduled for US release this fall and will probably reach this side of the Atlantic shortly thereafter, one can’t help but think that companies such as Google have been working with virtual versions of us all along. Those feed on […]