Whenever there is too much money on my account I think the Pilot M90 would be the pen to buy.(sigh) And, of course, it has to be a trustworthy seller
Nice. Seems that analogue and digital people coexist in a peaceful way here at micro.blog
Somwhere over the rainbow …
doodle time #imaginarypet
Funny little world: last week I read about violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja in Berthold Seliger’s book Klassikkampf, and just now I found a new concert in SWR Classic Youtube channel
A bit shocked when seeing the energy usage of Firefox and Safari on my MB Pro 2017 (High Sierra). Both browsers running one after the other for about 30 min each, playing some YT, checking FB. FF: 73.38%, S: 6.56%. Sad for I am am a FF fan.
„Accomplishing nothing since 1967“ - great humour at the Berkeley Zen Center (instagram.com/p/BKvxT2AgQFt/)
I think for the upcoming 10 days “De profundis” will be my motto. Perfect for the week with a nationwide celebrated Reformation Day.
“Black Books” - so many scenes to love, this is one of my favourites:
Bernard Black: The shop is closed, everybody get out! Time to go home …
Old lady: It’ a quarter to three!
BB: Yes, but it’s my shop …
70 years ago. Unfortunately still valid. New Year’s message from sculptor Jack Bilbo (I did not know him until now)
Ordered yesterday, arrived today: ready for new projects with 4 awesome Moo notebooks :)
Volkes Mund tat Wahrheit kund: „Sonntagsarbeit nicht gedeiht“
Lukas Heinser, a German blogger left Twitter and Facebook. Not in a moaning tone, just well written blog post (in German) with good arguments (the same I left Twitter - FB has to stay for job reasons).
So, here we go again. Do not know if it is 3rd or 4th time. Switching between TimeMachine and fresh install. Fresh kills me with reinstalling. Timemachine kills me with old crap that seems to suck energy like hell.
And again: Contrary to software I never heard myself shouting at a book.
When I saw all the hate replies to #womenagainst… last week I closed down my twitter account. I did not write a lot there, but even this little should not stay there - no content-bits for Twitter. I will open a new read-only account because unfortunately some news are twitter-only (software maintenance)
On this day in 1917 Thelonious Monk was born. A great musician who gave me the feeling not being alone so many times.
(Yes, in school I could count jazz listeners in my class with one finger.)
Hear him in a concert of 1966