Japan had been a blast, but it had been quite hectic to be here and there. So I just went for some days on the countryside filled with hard work! We turned a full yard of the second year compost with showels and wheelbarrels. But anyhow, on the countryside you might find some high quality … Continue reading northern countryside
By incidence and interest I joined the student trip to Glashuette – the mekkah or valley of the watchmakers. Thankfully we had a Hotel in Dresden and could dip into some culture as well! Glashütte on the major powerpoint and webslides looks like an Heidi-Village of watchmakers. But in the end its like every where … Continue reading Glashütte – the watch makers valley
Yes – I do like coffee or better espresso. So why shouldn’t I do home roasting? Lukily the internet is full of tutorials and how tos, thus it was fairly a bit of work, but finally dead easy. I used a Severin 3751 Popcorn maker, a 20V external power supply, and a AC as well … Continue reading First home roast of coffee!
We met Kei in Japan and he was a special traveller who won our hearts by ease. Thus I will do some promotion – please check out his first webpage representing his music and career. http://fujiwarakei.jp/
Yes – I made it! I started to work now for the Virtual Engineering and Training Center at ESB Reutlingen. Virtual Reality including full 6DOF Tracking and an immersive powerwall. Wow. It’s getting more and more geek!
My last compact camera got lost during my trip in South Africa. So it was time for a new smaller compact camera than the D7000 by Nikon. Inspired by a Leica which decorates my home made in 194X, I wanted to do the first step towards some more decent stuff, although its origin is actually … Continue reading New toy, first semi-Leica
It’s time for a change and leaving the comfort zone! Starting from Q3/2013 I will start new from scratch, changing my good old Bachelor of Arts to an Master of Science. Reutlingen and ESB – here I come! 1.5 years for a Masters Program (Operation Management) and hopefully a lot of time for travelling.
Receiving from your parents means preserving for the future. My belt, received from my father just went out of function by age. Thus Mr Beckert in Munich helped me out! It took us roughly half a year due to inabilities to meet at the same time 😉 But finally its the result what makes the … Continue reading Preserving the old
As my father went back to Japan, I was lucky to receive and perceive something of his belongings. This 8 Channel (or 4 channel stereo) mixer is still working and mixing lovely tunes. Since 1980s until today.
Happy New Year to everyone! Keep safe and warm during wintertimes, had been to Dortmund in the west of Germany to celebrate with old friends from school. Let’s ceize the days, so long, Nao