…it is a matter of time and environment.
I was working on a project and went through my links, when I found the link to the NASA 3D models again. When I was home, I powered on the good … Continue reading Toscanauts
I was always very fond of the Menger sponge. I built my level 4 sponge manually, not by using a recursive script. You can find a Python script for blender … Continue reading Unlimited area but no volume
I was looking for the origin of the quote “Failure is not an option.”. You find some interesting sources. I still do not know if the source I found is … Continue reading Free wallpaper: Failure is not an option
On my way back from Bratislava the sky over the Danube showed his best colours. Enjoy. If you click the pictures you will find Full HD pictures to be used … Continue reading Colors from the Danube
All of you who have been to Miniaturwunderland in Hamburg know the little details. One of my favorites was mashed up into a wallpaper. I even created a diver icon … Continue reading Cows dive!
A quick wallpaper I did for a friend.
BTW: Have you ever heard of rubrication? When books were handwritten there have been scribes to fill in the parts to be emphasized. These parts were traditionally in red.
When you do your next charts in Excel please take them as a role model. Use one color as a highlight and do not create a circus. Thank you.
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But of course the understanding of fun is different.
Well this one is an elephant. Enjoy the wallpaper…
When I first took it out of the packaging I thought it was broken. But the lens element is not fixed if the lens is not “on”, aperture is closed. … Continue reading Quick review of the Sigma 30mm 1:2.8 EX DN for Sony Nex E-Mount
The three wise monkeys are a nice pictorial maxim. 見ざる, 聞かざる, 言わざる which literally means “don’t see, don’t hear, don’t speak”. It got a negative connotation in the western world. … Continue reading Three wise monkeys
Do you know Parkinson’s law? Well, maybe you do not know that you know it. “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.” Sounds familiar? You know … Continue reading A Mercury wallpaper and Parkinson’s law