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Fantastischer Film! Von den Machern von ADAMS ÄPFEL. What a crazy ride! My Danish friends might have seen this film already in February - now it's synchronised in German and shall start in Swiss an German cinemas on July 2. #MadsMikkelsen  #Men&Chicken 
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Der ist auch fantastisch! Ausser er haut grad meinen Mikke Persbrandt (in HÄMNDEN ... ich glaub, der hiess "in a perfect world" oder so)
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Who'd have imagined that a film kiss might be a problem in some parts of the world? And how big the 'scandal' if there's nudity involved? And religion? An explosive mix in a colourful wrapping. I hope this film gets distributed widely.   #India   #film   #bollywood  
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I'll wait until it is released on xvideos. 

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I've become a big fan of #doctorwho  and +Netflix has the film about how it all started. Woohoo! Love it :)
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I'll have my alter ego +Elisabeth ristrettoTV Schabus try to catch a screener of one of those episodes. We like classic TV series :)

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That film festival amidst the Austrian Alps is over - I got to see new, surprising things, and of course the winning film was NOT one of my favs, although the story told in LES ÉTOILES is quite convincing: most Africans seem to have clocked that money is hard to earn, no matter where in the world you try ...
#film #iffi15
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Comet news! Press info about #Rosetta and #Philae #lifeonacomet ... watch vid stream from Paris Air Show at 9:30 CEST

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last comment by the scientists: No, there were no amino acids found on the comet.
But the dust covering it is organic. And that is pretty awesome.

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Piratenfilme aus Italien waren vielleicht keine cineastischen Höhepunkte, aber angeschaut hat man sie doch ... Dass die meisten davon am Gardasee gedreht wurden, wusste ich bin vor Kurzem nicht
#film   #Piraten   #LexBarker  
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Isch a schians Schtadtle, des Innschbruck ... :)
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Blessed Mother Google have mercy. 

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+Armida Evony​ - currently on Iceland - will love this :-)
 
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Hrafna-Flóki Vilgerðarson

This is an Icelandic name. The last name is a patronymic, not a family name; this person is properly referred to by the given name Flóki or Hrafna-Flóki.

Flóki Vilgerðarson (b. 9th century) was the first Norseman to deliberately sail to Iceland. His story is documented in the Landnámabók manuscript. He heard good news of a new land to the west, then known as Garðarshólmi.
He wanted to settle in this new land and so he took his family and livestock with him. From Western Norway he set sail to the Shetland Islands where it is said his daughter drowned. He continued his journey and landed in the Faroe Islands where another of his daughters was wed. There he took three ravens to help him find his way to Iceland, and thus, he was nicknamed Raven-Floki (Norse and Icelandic; Hrafna-Flóki) and he is commonly remembered by that name.

A few of the people Floki was accompanied by on his journey were a farmer named Thorolf (Þórólfr) and two men named Herjolf and Faxe (Herjólfr and Faxi). After sailing for a while from the Faroes, Floki set one of the ravens free. The first raven flew back to the Faroes, later the second flew up in the air and back on board, but the third flew northwest and did not return. Floki now knew they were close to land, and so they followed the third raven.
After sailing west past Reykjanes they spotted a large bay. The man named Faxe remarked: “This seems to be a great land that we have discovered here.” Since then, the bay has been called Faxaflói (Flaxi's bay) in his name.

Floki set up a winter camp in Vatnsfjörður at Barðaströnd. The summer was very good, so Floki was ill-prepared for the cold winter that followed. Waiting for the spring, Floki hiked up the highest mountain above his camp, now believed to be Nónfell. From there, he spotted a large fjord; Ísafjörður, then full of drift ice. Thus, he named the entire land Ísland (Iceland).

When Floki and the other men returned to Norway, they were asked about the newly found land. Floki believed it to be worthless. Herjolf believed that the land had both good and bad qualities. Thorolf claimed that butter was smeared on every straw on the land that they had found. Thorolf was then nicknamed Thorolf Butter (Icelandic; Þórólfur smjör). Despite speaking ill of the land he later returned and settled to live there to his death. His wife was named Gró and his children Oddleifur and Þjóðgerður.
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Yay!! That's a fantastic name. Hmm, butter smeared on every straw. Elves? Or perhaps Thorolf had been into the mead again ...
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  • continuous improvement
    Myself and my business, 1960 - present
    If I get to learn something new every day, confirmed via research at different sources , it has been a good day (I don't like to regurgitate)
  • Innsbruck University
    BWL
    All an MBA learns, extra focus on Marketing (Marketing Institute Innsbruck) and Management (MCS Management Centre St. Gallen, many courses held by Fredmund Malik himself)
  • Salzburg University
    political education
    Politology and political economy 'light', some role playing as Austrian pre-WWII political party members from all sides, left and what is now called Fascists. That was very enlightening, because all (!) parties harped the same aggressive propaganda. Most disturbing was the part where we should guess what statement might be in the programme of which party ... but we know the confusion. Everyone tries to convince everyone - and thus the extremists of all colours were made important. _sighs_
  • ORF Vienna BAF
    TV/radio journalism
    All about newscasting, choosing the relevant themes, researching stories, enunciation training methods, voice trainings, filming, recording and presenting radio news and features, interviews with real politicians, editing, dramaturgy - one week every month for one year, with ORF collegues from all federal states of Austria. I 'represented' Vorarlberg. s
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owner of Schabus Media - mostly doing Corporate Publishing for machine building enterprises for the film industry
Introduction
On this profile I shall not post about my business, I'm just myself, a fairly outspoken half German/half Austrian and proud European.
I've studied economy, music and TV/radio/print journalism.

I'm fascinated by technology and very suspicious of people who have easy answers to complex questions. Though I love to make complex tech comprehensible to customers (who are mostly business people, no (nano)tech buffs or engineers.

I'm a Keltoi-Nordic Heathen/Pagan (that means I eat meat, medium rare, thank you - and I wear fur) ... However nothing will turn me away from my Gods (one of them has a hammer). I'm a Druidry student, currently in the rank of an ÖDO (grove of the OBOD) Bard (with humanism at my core values - humanity comes still BEFORE nature for me). 

Bragging rights
Any Christian religious, Atheism, leftist, green-fundamentalist or extreme right propaganda will get you uncircled.
Work
Occupation
I'm a writer who's best at making complex tech understandable and interesting
Skills
Fluent in German and English, used to be very good at Italian (actually Venexian, ció), can speak and understand French and even some Swedish
Employment
  • Schabus Media
    Founder and owner, 2015 - present
    schabus.at is still a one woman show ... oh, no, there's my alter ego at ristretto.tv ;) So she tells me what film directors or actors I could represent as PR agency. She never takes adbice from me though ... and writes what she wants/what a film critic needs to write: a verdict, good or bad.
  • Schabus PR&Marketing
    Founder, owner, 1998 - 2006
    Employed up to three writers and one secretary; worked mainly for Hilti, Buhler (incl. Nanotech and die casting), Getzner Werkstoffe and Industriellenvereinigung
  • Daniel Swarovski Corporation
    Internal communications manager, 2006 - 2007
    Oh, goodness. I should not have tried to work as an employee after having worked as a freelancer for Swarovski during those 7 years at Schabus PR&Marketing. Good thing is: I had to write in English, because VP was French and Senior VP was Chinese. I never managed to write that soft style, feelings and creative stuff for their Marketing Department. I'm better with tech companies.
  • ORF
    newscaster radio/TV, 1992 - 1995
    Well, I created newscasts for both radio and TV, moderated live hourly radio news and had to show my face on camera as well (you know, that 'live' moment in TV news when you actually see the person whose voice you heard only from the off).
  • Hilti AG
    Communications manager, 1995 - 1998
    Turned a local Liechtenstein employees's newspaper into international paper 'Hilti team' in 5 languages; created the INTERNATIONAL (sic!) customers magazine (also in 5 languages) from scratch (following the editorial quidelines and a styleguide from VP and Senior VP Communications); researched and wrote articles for both titles from all over the world.
  • ristretto.tv
    film critic, 2007 - 2015
    Independent journalist at a film blog ... oh wait, that was the other me ;) Attended as an accredited journalist - among others - Zurich Film Festival, Stockholm Film Festival, International Göteborg Film Festival and Filmfestival Max Ophuls Price in Saarbrücken.