Digital reconstruction of the siege of Stirling Castle in 1304
I needed to spread the word about my podcast, therefore I logged in on facebook more often these past two weeks. Of course I scrolled through the stream for a bit and came to the conclusion I don’t miss a lot by not scrolling through my timeline. Instead, I’ve been enjoying reading books.
Curiosity took me to the Commons explore page on Flickr this morning. I typed in ‘Amersfoort’, as one does when one wants to learn more about ones own city. Several images came up, but no too many. When clicking through some of them, I was amazed how much of these images were
Intriguing. I’ve seen some “What I use” pages for quite some time now and always wanted make my own. Mayhap this example will finally wake me up 🙃
Hardware, Software, Apps und Applications … meine Werkzeuge: ein Update für 2020.
“Die Kinder und ich sind gestern mit offenen Augen durch unsere Innenstadt gebummelt, nachdem ich ihnen erklärte, was es mit #Stolpersteine auf sich hat. Sie waren schockiert, wie viele es sind.
Looks like I’m not the only one:
Look up to the sky
As a kid I often felt overwhelmed when looking at the stars. I could feel overwhelmed about how insignificant I was. That I didn’t matter. That all of us mankind didn’t matter. That all of us would be
The Dutch national weather service published a very simple visual that underlines temperatures are rising. A colored bar code of average temperature per year, from 1901 to 2019.
Climate bar code of The Netherlands, each bar representing average temperature in 1 year, starting
I woke up to a lot of missed calls from my brothers this morning. My father was taken to hospital. He has a weak heart and this morning, while sleeping, something triggered his heart to beat the wrong way and subsequently things got worse. He passed out. Then the ICD, implanted last year