It's the time of the Corona crisis, and like many other countries, Austria has imposed some rather strict rules to keep the worst at bay. As a result, I'm working from home, as
Johns Hopkins university has a great dashboard giving a global overview of Corona virus infections. It's for desktop and mobile and everyone who wants to keep tabs on things should go ahead and
I just went through the list of drafts I abandoned by some point and there's quite a few.
There's a great write-up on The Guardian about the state of the blogosphere (I think we might be allowed to use that term unironically now). From the piece: The furore over social media
Millions of pictures taken by the Rosetta spacecraft, of a comet they accompanied for about two years. Created by director Christian Stangl, soundtrack by Wolfgang Stangl. via kottke.
I've been thinking about how to use this place more, even for the more mundane writings. Stuff I'd usually post to Twitter: no title, no hashtags, nothing but a few sentences or a
The times of the video cassettes is long gone. But what remains is the artwork on the covers of the blank ones you could buy to tape, you know, television or pirated versions
In which I praise the book RED SPARROW, and do the opposite with the film RED SPARROW.
24 hours to soak in wine and herbs from the balcony. My significant other wants me to add that among those are three different types of thyme.
In which I write about the Promise Falls trilogy.
In which I extol the virtues of being on a boat in the Mediterranean.
In which I write about eating a fish platter one fine Saturday evening