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
Thank you, Mr. Schulz
Just wrote a short post about a post about letter boxes :)
Gerade gefunden: “Mein Hund ist als Hund eine Katastrophe - aber als Mensch unersetzlich!”
Der Johannes Rau war schon einer …
Today it was the first time I got an idea why the ability of webmentions is important. (Learning every day something new. I think I want to manage this, too.)
Never thought about different speed of writing by hand and typing. Yes, typing is faster. But going through my paper notebooks the quality of my written thoughts is totally different.