Read this book of Karl Heinz Bohrer for a while. 85 pages of notes. Seems to be brain food :)
Something seems wrong when I am happy that the crappy new Apple earphones of my new iPhone are broken, not the iPhone itself.
Last Day of My Week in Orange: often seen on my way to the office :)
Day 6 of My Week in Orange: Not much a fan of real cars, but this orange one is just funny.
Chronodex by Patrick Ng is a nice looking method to structure a day’s work. But I guess I am more the linear guy :)
Day 5 of My Week in Orange: Every weekend we have our small walk through the neighbourhood, exploring little changes. This awesome orange wall will hopefully stay like this for a long time.
ß, ß an der Wand,
wer ist der schönste Buchstabe im ganzen Land?
Day 4 of My Week in Orange: In rainy season you see bike saddle covers like this nice orange one quite often.
Please keep in mind: You pay for Klitsche - You get Klitsche
(“Klitsche” is the great German expression for a little rat-shop)
Day 3 of My Week in Orange: Rhodia - one of my favourite papers to use. And I like the orange of my actual daily notebook.
No artsy photo. Nothing special to see. But hey, the sun is shining. On this winter day.
-> The eye is more than a camera.
Day 2 of My Week in Orange: Survivors on our balcony. Nice to see the orange spots on a grey cold morning.
Nonsens - Konsens - das reimt sich
With Micro.blog my RSS subscription list gets longer and longer. Guess these micro bloggers are interesting people :)
After I had some fun with Doug‘s Micro.Blog photo challenge I will do another 7-day-photo challenge: My Week in Orange.
Day 1 shows the label of my tea dealer that I see almost every day (different green teas, of course). Black and Orange just make a good couple.
Großartige Idee, liebe DB: „Aufgrund eines Defekts unserer Sitzplatzreservierung halten Sie doch bitte den Sitzplatz für Fahrgäste mit Reservierung frei“ #proaktiv #platzfreihalten
Hmm, Asian competitors are coming to Europe - wonder what happens if they don’t make it. „China’s bike-sharing bubble bursts and leaves giant graveyard of unwanted transportation“ boingboing.net