Habe eben folgenden Artikel gelesen: The Web We Have to Save von Hossein Derakshan zu wie sich das Internet verändert, was diese Veränderung mit unserer Wahrnehmung macht, und warum es sich lohnt, darüber mal scharf und kritisch nachzudenken. Sehr lesenwert.
Gefunden via dieser Artikel bei Nerdcore, übrigens ebenfalls sehr lesenwert.
I’ve been to Iceland. Some photos are here.
It’s spring, which is traditionally known as a good time for cleaning. In our digital age, it’s only natural that a proportional amount of time be dedicated to the cleaning of digital things, i.e. internet blogs. After someone special suggested it to me, I decided to merge my old blog – which contains the pictures I took in Japan in 2006 – with this site.
While that blog was hosted on this server, I didn’t really have full creative control – I made it using Blogger, which is a Google company nowadays (surprise!), and they had changed tons of things since I last logged in. Not to mention that I had forgotten the password long since. 😛
So after the usual administrative stuff was done (WordPress update, plugin updates, database backups), and I had found a way to organize the pictures properly, I spent the last few hours with replicating the old posts. The result is quite nice in my opinion. If you feel like revisiting (my) Japan, feel free to do so here, at the first post in the series.
Also, this is not an April fool’s joke.
Way too early for me.
Testing some CSS for a post of the Image format. The picture above is from Qian Dao Hu, near Shanghai.