Idea of the Month


Revolting Youth: A new form of teenage rebellion   Recently updated !

During the TEDxVienna 2019 Conference “About Time” we listened to Kacey Wong, an artist from Hong Kong. His powerful talk was about protests in Hong Kong and how art can be a form of protest. He unites art and social activism. At the beginning of his speech, Kacey said: “My city […]


How about not feeling guilty for being eco-friendly

With the world finally understanding that our ecosystem is, putting it mildly, not in the best condition, more and more people are trying to live more eco-friendly. This is quite a positive trend, taking into account, that mankind has already used up all its ecological resources for the year 2019 […]


Vaccination: Back to the healthier Future

  Sometimes it feels like we already live in the future of sci-fi movies. And it’s not only about voice control in your phone or computer just as in ‘Back to the Future’, paying for your coffee with a smartwatch like in ‘The Simpsons’ (hashtag they predicted) or having video […]


What do I do with my money? – A primer to investing

So you’re interested in investing. Maybe you already know why and what you want out of it, or maybe you’re just curious about what it means. In any case, if we want to talk about investing, there’s a lot to cover. This article is a first round of heavy-fire questions […]


Tech–xpat, or should that be Tech-xile?

Expat– ‘a person who lives outside their native country’ Exile – ‘the state of being barred from one’s native country’ – Roughly what most dictionaries would say Like many good stories (and quite a few bad ones), this thought process all began in an Irish Pub. As many of you […]


Recreating the image of fathers

For many people the two words “extraordinary” and “fathers” don’t seem to match up well, they’re like antonyms. Especially in the western world, due to rising feminist narratives, if anyone is going to be labelled as extraordinary, it’s going to be mothers. In other parts of the globe, fathers would […]