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Non-Euclidean Æthercast #27 – Can’t stop, won’t stop!

| 3. Oktober 2014

During the past few months, I have repeatedly thought about shutting the blog and podcast down, or at least put both on an extended hiatus. This is mainly because my studies and other engagements are taking up so much time, keeping the blog up-to-date gets complicated. So far, each time I thought something along the […]

EuroSteamCon 2014 – The Theme Park Event – Spread the word!

| 28. August 2014

Now this is something none of us could have imagined when EuroSteamCon started in 2012. This year, the third incarnation of EuroSteamCon will be celebrated on a number of different weekends from September to October and one of the events will be held in Katmandu Park on Mallorca. I have featured the park before, they […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #21: EuroSteamCon Barcelona Recap

| 26. Oktober 2013

I am a bit late with this podcast, because the trip to Barcelona and the EuroSteamCon event there is already a month in the past. Thus, I think I have probably missed a few details of my adventures in Barcelona. In any case, it was an awesome trip and I hope to see the people […]

EuroSteamCon in Barcelona – Photos

| 30. September 2013

Last weekend, the second instalment of EuroSteamCon took place, and after spending last year in Vienna, I decided to go to Barcelona this year. I did not regret my decision. The people were amazing, the weather was just perfect, and I had the best ham sandwich of my life. All in all, this was one […]

The Non-Euclidean Æthercast: EuroSteamCon Part 1

| 1. Oktober 2012

This is part one of several more to come of the Non-Euclidean Æthercast dealing with the European Steampunk Convention. So much happened… So much more to tell, and I will highly likely forget something anyway.

A Video from the Vienna EuroSteamCon Party

| 30. September 2012

The European Steampunk Convention Party in Vienna was even better than I had imagined. I will produce a podcast about the party and the whole event (or two, or three) in the coming weeks, for now, I want to share this very entertaining snippet I recorded in the early hours of Sunday: