Back when I was 19 I had a Gemini ScratchMaster mixer. This mixer I just bought is far from the thing I had back then. It connects via USB to Mac and IOS devices. It was only 124 euros so I felt it was affordable. I plan on DJ'ing for SVPradio where I'd construct a mixing session and DJ Jaz downloads it and streams it to the server. Should be interesting anyhow.0 comments
I have bought today the Demarco True Friend EP, and Jah Vinci - best of Jah Vinci album. I'll be listening to these shortly.0 comments
Here in Schweinfurt we had one store catering to oversized people (fittingly called Goliath). In early 2014 they closed. So what I do is get my clothes online. My T-Shirt size is 6XL so going shopping in regular stores is out of the question. Just recently I bought a whole batch of boxershorts and t-shirts for like 200 euros from Adamo. The payment and delivery were flawless (per DHL). If you know of any other online stores catering to oversized people in Germany or EU let me know, I'd be interested.0 comments
I managed to get a raise of pay. I can now restart paying into a pension fund and perhaps I'll get that TV. I haven't had a TV in probably 17 years that I owned. I have an Apple TV that I'd connect to it and watch youtube probably, LOL. Also I'll be able to buy more books this year. I'm all around happy. I'll also have to pay catch up to last year since last year the CADEUR (virtual currency, CAD and EUR exchange rate) was not in my favour. This year it seems to be picking up again to 2013 values.0 comments
Well my May 1st went like always. Early in the morning I ftp'ed my OpenBSD stuff that I needed to upgrade to 5.7. And I upgraded my computers here at home throughout the day. I believe the OpenBSD store apologized and said they'd be shipping the CD's around May 7th. There was talk of a damaged master CD and the delay at the manufacturing plant producing the CD's. DeRaadt mentioned this is the first time in 20 years this has happened. I wonder what outside forces caused this... oh well we'll never know.
My setup with chrome being exported from another account stopped working, and I didn't realise it. I noticed I couldn't move the window anymore, it was stuck where it opened. So I thought the windows manager was to blame and I tried out kde4. KDE4 is good and all but I couldn't set a timezone. Then after 2 logins it wouldn't load and left me with a blank screen after login. It had to go. So I went back to fluxbox wm and got rid of the chrome browser hack, now chrome worked fine. This leaves me somewhat vulnerable but at least I can paste urls again, a feature that was greatly missed.0 comments
When my family and I immigrated to Canada in 1987 (we eventually returned to Germany) I attended Avon Public School for grade six. Checking up on Stratford News I noticed the school building closed in 2005 and just recently torn down / demolished. I guess the school only remains a memory now more than before.0 comments
Google has announced their students for Google Summer of Code. OpenBSD is participating and I think the highlight is porting HAMMER2 to OpenBSD. Here is an introduction to HAMMER at DragonFlyBSD's website. I'm intrigued and excited, but also a little concerned whether I'd be able to run hammer with all its options. Nonetheless a brilliant code!0 comments
25 years ago the Hubble Space Telescope was launched into low earth orbit. It allowed astronomers to see stars, nebulas, galaxies and other universe properties without having to worry about cloud cover interference. Happy Birthday Hubble!
My doctors always tell me I should walk more in order to get healthier so I went to the park today.
Sorta like what Carl Sagan said about the cosmos, we've tested the water and the water seemed inviting. I think I'll be doing more of this this spring.0 comments
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