Vienna


TEDxVienna turns green: How to make a large-scale event eco-friendly?   Recently updated !

“TEDx is a bit of a role model and guides people towards innovation and how they can live their lives. We will ask attendees for their feedback because we want to give them the opportunity to tell us what they think we can do on sustainability. There are 1,000 attendees, […]


How to turn learning German into a self-improvement tool? 2   Recently updated !

Have you ever found yourself thinking « I can’t do that because I don’t speak the language » ? Even if languages can be learnt, people seem to focus more often on the difficulties they bring rather than the opportunities they create. In Austria, many foreigners come to learn German: […]


Event Recap: YouthSpeak Forum Austria 1

  “Will you speak up, act, and be a part of this movement.” YouthSpeak Forum 2019   More than half of our young population are not aware of the change they are capable of making for a better future. According to YouthSpeak Survey, 55% of youth are not familiar with […]


Calle Libre
Urban Aesthetics in Vienna

“He is my biggest fan”, Renacho smiles and points at one of the windows of the vis-à-vis building. “He brought me snacks and even a beer while I was working in the summer heat”. The man who lives in Felberstraße 110, 1150 Vienna, who brought Renacho a cold beverage during his […]


Interview with Kaitlyn Chang on entrepreneurship

This year the Women Techmakers Vienna event took place at the Vienna University of Technology on 10th March and I had the chance to listen the Keynote Kaitlyn Chang gave. Kaitlyn has spent 10 years in the Samsung Group, most recently as Managing Director of its in-house creative agency, Cheil […]


I got my mind scrambled at a Rubik’s Cube Championship 1

I am going to a Rubik’s Cube Championship and everything in this sentence sounds odd. Are intelligence games an actual sports category? Can they be compared to other sports, like for example soccer and tennis, or is it just a made up marketing construct in order to label something terribly […]


Wheelchair- friendly Vienna(?)
A talk with Mabacher
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Sometimes, the internet can be a brilliant place. Especially for those who want to make a significant impact on  the broader mass. Especially for those having fascinating ideas, yet limited ways of spreading them. In 2010, the non-profit organization Sozialhelden launched an online map showing wheelchair accessible spots in order to “help […]


Is finding your ways getting easier or more difficult?

About 7 years (!) after almost every other big city, finally, we can also find Vienna on the map of the world. By that I mean, the Wiener Linien recently took the decision to provide Google Maps with data on Vienna’s public transportation systems, so everyone, may it be tourist […]