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I moved…bin umgezogen

October 5, 2007

Right after I started blogging here, which I liked, I was told about the even nicer option at in Italy. If you want to read more, go to

Direkt nachdem ich hier angefangen hatte zu bloggen, hörte ich von dem noch netteren Angebot bei aus Italien. Wenn Ihr mehr lesen wollt, bitte hier entlang:


Genderchanger Hardware Crash Course live now!

October 1, 2007

It’s so beautiful to be in Berlin and hear Donna’s voice explain from Amsterdam about the stupidities of hardware terms from my vlc. It’ll be done monthly, she says, so try to listen (and watch) in:

To view the stream you can do two things:
* install a media player plug-in for your browser, that can play the .ogg
file format
* install VLC media player on your computer

If you don't have VLC yet, download and install it (it works on all
platforms.... Linux, Mac, Window$):
During the installation you can choose to also install the Mozilla
plug-in, which will make it possible to view the stream in Firefox if you

Once installed and running go to:
File -> Open Network Stream -> HTTP/HTTPS/FTP/MMS -> URL ->

More about the Genderchangers Computer Hardware Crash Course..

feminist bullsh*t

October 1, 2007

No, there is no gender discrimination in tech. We’re all the same. Nobody really understands why it is that there are so few women in tech, esp. FLOSS.

Just another stupid comment to Carla Schroeders My Fabulous Geek Career, linked to from

You know, I’m thinking about subscribing, but these random, feminist bullsh*t articles are becoming frequent enough to really hurt the signal-to-noise ratio of the site. Why does this crap keep getting posted?

And what was it she wrote?

[You] definitely need a thick skin in the FOSS world. It’s a self-selected group, so it’s chock-full of mavericks, the socially-inept, just plain trolls, and all manner of folks who don’t understand the importance of courtesy and respect.


July 20, 2007


Annalists (from Latin annus, year; hence annales, sc. libri, annual records), is the name given to a class of writers on Roman history, the period of whose literary activity lasted from the time of the Second Punic War to that of Sulla. They wrote the history of Rome from the earliest times (in most cases) down to their own days, the events of which were treated in much greater detail.


Main Entry: an·nal·ist
Pronunciation: 'a-n&l-ist
Function: noun
: a writer of annals : CHRONICLER
an·nal·is·tic /"a-n&l-'is-tik/ adjective