Ah, those old websites where everything blinks and flickers and the main typeface is Comic Sans. They still exist. Here’s one recommended to me by @ironmadna and here’s another I discovered through coincidence this morning. Of course there are still a lot more of those around, but I think those two examples will do for now.
Happy surfing on the Datenautobahn!
Surely not painting.
A week ago I installed Mac OS 10.9, “Mavericks”. Since then I experienced several kernel panics on a daily basis, Time Machine refusing to work and Spotlight crashing and being caught in an endless loop.
Last night I had enough. I erased my hard drive and did a fresh install of Mavericks. Absolutely no problems anymore, everything is now working as it’s supposed to do.
Don’t install Mavericks over the old system. Start from new. It’s definitely inconvenient getting the old data across and installing all the apps again, but I think I’ve learned my lesson.
Yes, this may be old news, but perhaps a few of my readers won’t know about this. Horst Kiechle sculpts anatomical models from paper and you can download the templates, print them out and stick them together. Have fun. In fact I may have a go at this too.
Here’s a YouTube Video of ‘how to load the torso’. Enjoy:
Two hours and twenty minutes of German TV ads. From 1945 to 1995.
(Lag meiner ersten Ausgabe von KAFF bei)
Den Artikel selber findet man hier.
I am sorry for the lack of blogging, but I am just recovering from a week of debilitating influenza. And what a nasty one this was.
Will continue filling up the pages as soon as I don’t feel weak anymore.