I read (and I’m even a member of) LXer – a news aggregation site for anything Linux and open source. And while we’re linking to other media there, over the years one name is standing out because of his continuing work for the same old media company, and his good and thoughtful articles about Linux […]
… listen to this. And enjoy. (Explanation, for all others: Zuleikha plays the French Horn. Plus, as Mitchie told me she wants to see some movie. So here’s the theme of that movie, played by some good hornists)
WordPress 4.4 “Clifford” is out, and together with it came the Twenty Sixteen theme which I’m using here. I changed the almost black border to a white one, everything else is standard until now. Zuleikha changed her layout, too as you can see above. And Mitchie is also working on an old/new page, see below… […]
“MY NEW BOOK, THING EXPLAINER, COMES OUT TODAY! TO CELEBRATE, HERE’S A SMALL GAME.” (Randall Monroe, Hoverboard) (hint: it’s anything but “small” – in fact it’s almost as epic as Time) Enjoy…
This is one short and cool cartoon, based on a real story. Found via Zlatan’s blog which I’ve found via Planet Debian. Zlatan has written other cool things before, like this…
“Music is life and death. A life without music is meaningless. It’s very important because it can carry you through your life, in good and bad times” — Ulf Wakenius Here. Don’t wanna lose that link myself… or this one… Probably the best gig they did together was in Vienne. Awesome.
Since today, Zuleikha writes her own blog. So if you’re interested, please visit and/or bookmark her blog as well.
I had mentioned Mike Johnston’s question about opinions regarding the Olympus OM-D E-M1 already; now he asks the same from owners of the Fuji X-T1. Mike has both but wants to keep only one; it will be interesting to see his choice (and to read about the reasons for whatever choice he will make). And […]
I’ve read an almost similar quote in the past already, and in fact it was partly the reason for me to get into the mirrorless µ43rds system. But it’s even more true for the Sony A7 family with their “full frame” sensors which almost have the exact same size like 135 film used to have. […]
The quote of the day, for me, comes from David Taylor-Hughes, about using a lens with a “normal” angle of view: “I like the lack of choices and I like the fact that It’s me that creates the image not some fancy optic and that there’s no stretching or compressing of perspective. It’s down to […]