Whoa it has been a long time. Welcome back, me. I brought something special to make up for the long silence. Photos from the most beautiful place I ever visited. Iceland. For a long time Iceland has been a dream travel country of mine. Doro was so lucky to have been there already, some years […]
A while ago I got an email asking me if I would like to join a secret surprise party in Paris. Alix missed out on celebrating the big thirty last year and so her sisters decided to make up for that by inviting all her friends to a secret surprise party in Paris. As we […]
Although I was born in the far west of Germany with its knives and karneval and other nonsense, I was raised from young age in Wilmersdorf. I was lucky to living close to the far cooler Schöneberg, so I could escape the quarter with an age average of around 246 from time to time. Yesterday […]
We made scones. I bought a graphic novel. We went to Potsdam and back again. I smiled at a lot of babies. I frowned at Neukölners. I engulfed a burger referencing Schiller’s work. I met new people. I liked it. Neukölln is weird place.
Every now and then you get this idea. An idea that you would not follow under any other circumstance. But for reasons you might never understand you still keep the idea and actually treat like it was a good one, an idea that will result in fun and a good time for you and your […]
It just was a great weekend.
Disclaimer: Contains fictional interpretation of real events. This morning — while the cats happily slept on different body parts — I was pulled out of my dreams by Andy ringing my phone. Barely awake I heard him talking about some photography playground. He wanted me to come there. As I oppose any photographing of children […]
After a rather mediocre day on Wednesday the third and last day was really good again. We started with an okay talk about creative commons but then stumbled into this guy explaining how to use everything of a pig. Meat, bones, nose, intestines… you name it, they use it. I was amazed by the craftsmanship […]
The second day was not so amazing, for some reason most of the talks were a bit bland and boring. My highlights though were an introduction to the simplicity of an Arduino (basically a chip, an oscillator, a power supply and a USB connector) and a talk by Raul Krauthausen, a physically disabled founder of […]
I am really tired now. It was a very interesting day on a very relaxed conference. I heard a great talk, some good talks and learned how to build an universal phone charger. Up next are some pictures of the day.