Category Archive for: Miscellaneous


Happy Birthday to Myself: 5 Years of AndreasLindinger.AT!

Five years ago, after another disappointing Austrian parliamentary election and inspired by the hope and optimism of Barack Obama’s successful presidential campaign, I started this blog with the promise to think about a new vision for Austrian politics which was in a state of paralyzation and desperation back then. Back in 2009, this looked something…

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My Year Ahead: 2014

As it’s the first day of the new year, I want to take this opportunity to look ahead at some of my personal highlights in 2014. Apart from some exciting lectures and panel discussions, I guess I’ll use much of January to finish the massive relaunch of my blog, in particular by translating my remaining…

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My Year in Review: 2013

As it’s the last day of the year, I want to take this opportunity to look back at some of my personal moments of 2013 which has been a year of transitions, challenges, learning and so many great and diverse experiences for me. Let’s do this chronologically and with some pictures: January started with a…

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TEDx Vienna “Unlimited”: How far can you go?

It’s particularly difficult to blog about TED events as it’s almost impossible to capture the diversity and awesomeness of 17 talks in one blogpost. So, I’d like to talk about three personal take-aways from yesterday’s inspiring TEDx Vienna “Unlimited” which aimed at exploring the limits of life, science, society and inventions and attracted a record…

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Let’s call this a relaunch!

As you’ve probably noticed, there was a relaunch of AndreasLindinger.AT as of November 2nd, 2013 which I would rather classify as a rebirth. In particular, the design has (apparently) changed, the pages were updated, the thematic focus moved sllightly to reflect changing interests and priorities, menus and categories were adjusted and – first and foremost…

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Awesome Vancouver Velopalooza Critical Mass!

Yesterday, I participated in this month’s Vancouver Critical Mass, a cycling event typically held on the last Friday of every month in over 300 cities around the world and which was originally founded in 1992 in San Francisco. Due to Velopalooza and Velo-city currently in Vancouver there were so many bicyclists, skaters, and bladers who…

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Oh, Canada!

Tomorrow I will go to Vancouver together with my girlfriend, a Canadian open work permit and some uncertainty but much more thrill of anticipation! I hope that I will be able to observe the political, economic, environmental and societal news in Austria and to comment on them from a different perspective that I am gaining…

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