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I started my journalistic career years ago as an editor at the computer magazine Markt&Technik. Aviation magazines like Fliegermagazin and Aerokurier followed, such as Lufthansa publications and major newspapers like Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) and Die Welt, Technology Review. And as long as they paid for my journaIistic work and my expertise I analyzed major airline crashes for Focus-Online.
As editor-in-chief of several corporate magazines, several journalism students have gone through their professional careers under my guidance. It's not an easy road, as many of them have experienced, but once you've made it, everything else is a breeze. :-)
Holding seminars and teaching at universities have also been part of my duties. Main topics are journalistic topics like research and interview training, science communication, creative technical writing, project management, intercultural communication and web design. For students, I try to make the classes unique, challenging, and with practical information for their everyday careers. Technical documentation can be informative and still fun to read and understand. It all depends on the creativity and intellect of the writer.
Science is Fun to Explore
Curiosity and an open mind to things and behaviors different to the ones we already know and use are a basic drive in evolution and in life.
If you do what you always did you will get what you always got.
If you are not living on the edge and you are not not trying to explore beyond tight borders in your daily routine you are using up to much space.