Even though the sprayers’ union doesn’t have much of a say in Vienna, there is one place rich in colors – the Danube channel.
Join the World Blogging Forum 2010! A1 Telekom Austria and datadirt invite international top bloggers to connect with the Austrian scence and discuss the future of the internet. Tickets are free yet highly limited – so secure your spot now by telling why you want to join the event on November 13th.
Last weekend Austrian geeks met at Microsoft headquarters in Vienna to do some serious unconferencing. Barcamp 2010 was the biggest Austrian barcamp yet and the feedback was simply amazing – here are some pictures.
Thomas W. Malone, founding director of MIT’s Center for Collective Intelligence, talks about his research, the impact of the internet on global communication and our changing notion of privacy.
Videocamp Vienna was a *huge* success – thanks to everybody who was involved in makting this a great day! All the session are publicly available via – what else – online video. Check out my picture gallery!
On January 30th 2010, Vienna’s first VideoCamp ever will take place at Media Quarter St. Marx. Join the geek movement and be part of a day full of intense discussions and new input.
In September 2009, Guy Kawasaki visited Vienna to give a keynote lecture about innovation. I had the chance to interview Guy – we talked about his impressive biography, his Twitter strategy (Guy has more than 160k Followers) and his current project alltop. Watch the complete interview and let me know what you think!
Here’s a short teaser from the interview I did with web marketing legend Guy Kawasaki last week – the full version will be released next Tuesday.
Today I did an interview with Guy Kawasaki for my upcoming video podcast – it was a very inspiring talk. Here’s what Guy had to say about datadirt: listen to him, the man is smart
Yesterday we walked the glorious path of charity and raised of couple of clean-water bucks via twestival Vienna.
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