Leider ist eine Freundin aus dem Karlsruher Chaos und drei ihrer Kommilitonen bei einem Busunglück in Peru ums Leben gekommen.
Dies ist eine Chronologische Sammlung von Medienberichten, Übersetzungen und weiteren Informationen, in der Hoffnung andere betroffene die Geschehnisse besser nachvollziehen können, sowie in einem Versuch, das selber zu verarbeiten.
Continue reading Es gibt Dinge, die die Welt nicht braucht
So, the other day I got a ‘working’ HP DesignJet 130nr and started trying to fix it. I guess the LM print head started to clot up during storage and transport.
On a side note – I found out there’s a reason HP call this series of printers ‘Ultra Low End‘. I can’t recommend getting one of these to anyone, even for free.
Anyway, since I was working with a syringe on the printer anyway (air in the ink-tubes.. again.. see above) I decided to find out how much ink was left in the LC cartridge that I had replaced last week. Continue reading A word on empty ink cartridges
On sunny days, this is great:
You’ll get wet, tough.
Continue reading Töss
This would make quite a scenery, I think.
And it’s not even hard to reach.
Continue reading Canals beneath Winterthur
So.. In case you don’t know this place and live nearby.. Go there now!
It’s one of the most epic places I know. A large old industrial hall (it used to be a foundry of Sulzer) which has hardly been touched over the last few decades. (besides the modifications made initially)
Continue reading Geb. 53
I’ve been here a couple of times.
It makes for some great silhouettes and other against-the-sun shots.
In spring some when around 7-8 it looks like this:
Continue reading Goldenberg (Morning)
The biggest (and only, AFAIK) field of waterlilies ’round Wintherthur.
The place tends to be quite crowded on sunny days, tough. Continue reading Schützenweiher
This is a place I really want to go to. Both for ‘normal’ portrait and ‘jumping/falling in to water’ shots. (plus It’d make for some nice landscape/nature pictures too).
Right now I’ve got no pictures, but this should give you an impression:
Continue reading Walcheweiher