What do you do when you’re a conservative Christian, you’re as good as Austrian as to make no real difference, and this wins the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest?
Obviously Conchita Wurst divides opinion, but what she represents is more than just a bloke who forgot to shave dressed up as a woman. . . . → Read More: Rise Like a Phoenix
So, a quick review of my predictions (with all votes in and only postal ballots left to be counted).
As I mentioned below, it was hard to predict the final outcome as no polls were published in the last week. However, I used my usual methodology and it wasn’t too bad at all.
All the . . . → Read More: Austrian Election – Review
The main difficulty in predicting the Austrian Election is that there are practically no polls in the final week. This means a projection of trends has to be inferred with no real data to identify whether the trends have continued in the last week.
Well let’s have a go anyway. The model is built assuming . . . → Read More: Austria Election Prediction – Final
Haven’t done this for ages, but here’s the music I’ve been listening to this week.
Peter Fox is particularly cool. He had a small stroke in his 20s which left him with a limp and with a characteristic loss of muscle strength in his right cheek.
What’s been on . . . → Read More: This Week’s Music
Most days at work I listen to the Austrian radio station Ö3 (the joys of having unlimited data on my phone). It’s one of the most successful radio stations in all of Europe, reaching approximately a third of all Austrians every single day. That is a truly remarkable feat, equivalent to a radio station here in . . . → Read More: A Thing of Beauty
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