Archive for June, 2010

Silver, Electrons, Iron and Noble Metals

June 27, 2010

The end product of my photographic workflow is a platinum-palladium-print

The end product of my photographic workflow is a platinum-palladium-print


For those interested in it, here’s a bit more information about my photographic workflow. (more…)

How to hold your iPhone

June 25, 2010

The Pythons are so proud!

The Pythons are so proud!


Apparently, there’s an issue with signal strength if you grip your new iPhone 4 the wrong way. Plus, it microwaves your fingers. ;-)

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De Appel fällt hüüt gor nich vom Stamm

June 24, 2010

Forbidden Fruit

Forbidden Fruit


N.B.: This is a blog post in “Plattdeutsch”, or what I remember of it from sitting with my grandma and her friends as a child. It is probably incorrectly transcribed and only understandable if you know it a bit and read it to yourself aloud. Here goes:
Nu shall ick dat ook mol versöken mit een plattdütschen Blogpost. Ich heff man blots wat ganz Modernes to vertelln. Hüüt wor de Dog wo’s de nije iPhones vünn Apple geven shallt. Man blots in kleene Zahlen un uff Vorbestellung. Wat ick allens treulicht macht hefft. (more…)

A Firmware Update for the Control Freak

June 22, 2010

The second Home Screen on my iPhone 3G after iOS4

The second Home Screen on my iPhone 3G after iOS4


*Must* put everything into folders.

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Why Film Matters

June 18, 2010

Out of the Corner of My Eye

Out of the Corner of My Eye


Two photos taken at the 800-years parade in my homteown last year. Color by Fuji, Superia 1600.
While I’m moving on, my colleagues are still eyeballing their handiwork on the backs of their cameras:
Chimping

Chimping



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My Feet Are Killing Me!

June 18, 2010

Giant Billboard at the Potsdamer Platz, Berlin

Giant Billboard at the Potsdamer Platz, Berlin



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Two Customer Service Experiences

June 16, 2010

Lining up for luxury, that’s what I expected yesterday. Instead, I got the runaround (more…)

w00t!

June 14, 2010

A Screenshot to Remember

A Screenshot to Remember


Had a little Q&A with William Gibson on Twitter this morning. He of “Neuromancer”, coiner of the term cyberspace. He is between books and tweets a lot these days. Here’s a video of the Tom Waits song we were tweeting about. And yes, Tom is really hard to understand in it, what with the voice and the cigarette.

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Haiku to an Apple Program

June 13, 2010

Oh be consistent
Dear migration assistant
The bar must progress


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Reeder for iPad, a DOM RSS Reader

June 12, 2010

Reeder for iPad is my favorite RSS reader on the iPad already though it came out only this morning. Not to hijack an acronym, but the main difference to other RSS readers is in the underlying model. Reeder for iPad is a document object model reader.
Let me explain that. (more…)


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