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Now this is cool.
Basically a monitor with input, not a complete computer, close to Wacom Cintique.
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What's the next big thing for planes?

Serious question: I watched the local news yesterday and they reported that the demand for the extra large Airbus 380 is dropping to where they will only produce a single aircraft per month in the next year.

Apparently, the smaller, fuel efficient models sell like hotcakes.

That immediately sparked the following train of thought in my head: "well, makes sense, fossil fuel reserves are depleting, cars are most likely going electric, most trains already are, planes are... yeah, what is the plan for planes?

Does anyone know?
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+Rob Verseijden I'd pay premium for teleports, considering the drag of commercial airline travels ;)
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Yeah, that asshole doesn't help.
(and I don't mean Phil)
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The most disturbing part is IMO the "yeah, we get data digitally, and then we have to remove the names from it, so it can't be searched"...
That logic falls in line with recent developments...
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Internet Nuggets
They exist, little precious nuggets of entertainment on the web.
Hot Dad's youtube channel is one of them. 10/10
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I'd like to see this life as a movie
This is most impressive and he was also the inventor of modern day photographic safari, after he was initially known for his tiger hunting. 
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Guten Rutsch & a happy 20🇧🇷🇩🇪
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Yeah, it's that time of year :)
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Scheiße, ist Michael Stipe alt geworden. Nicht nur wegen dem Bart. Die Stimme!
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Hello Darkness, my old friend.
Model: Vmbrᴧ Ͼᴧecᴧns

Let me know what you think.
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faszinierend
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There I was, watching the "Spiderman Homecoming" trailer, thinking... meh?
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These get better with every iteration of trailer, so it certainly will disappoint in the final product - but man, these trailers are great!
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Photographer, Advisor, Traveller, Collector of Thoughts
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Photographer, eBusiness advisor for 15+ years, likes and cooks food, often silly.




What types of posts to expect from me?

Exactly what I said up there
  • quite a lot of photos taken by me
  • sometimes shared photos from other photographers on G+
  • silly videos I find on the web
  • gaming , movie, TV and food content
  • 75% english / 25% german posts
  • couple of web and eCommerce topics as well
in other words: exactly what you're looking for ;)

I try to use light and minimal equipment, one reason why I mostly shoot Leica Rangefinders and Sony Mirrorless Cameras. 

I am happy to share any insight I might have, so ask away. 

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Für Inhalte, die von mir selbst auf Google Plus eingestellt werden, bin ich verantwortlich. Dies gilt jedoch nicht für Kommentare zu meinen Beiträgen, für die der jeweils Kommentierende selbst verantwortlich zeichnet.

Dirk Moeller
blog@dirkmoeller.de
Hochallee 23
20149 Hamburg


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I don't do sunrise...and online challenges of any kind.
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Brandstifter im Feuerwehranzug | Christoph Kappes
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Die heute von Bundesjustizminister Heiko Maas für die Große Koalition vorgestellte Verpflichtung zur Speicherung bestimmter Kommunikationsda

How I loathe thee, Amazon Prime Cloud Drive
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by Dirk Moeller The first time I heard about it, I thought it a brilliant way to have an additional backup of my photos. You can never have

Sensationen und Skandale – der zweite Tag der dmexco | Online Marketing ...
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Ob es sie gab? Ralf Scharnhorst konnte sie jedenfalls nicht entdecken. Aber ohne reißerische Überschriften geht es seit „Heftig“ einfach nic

24mm in a Field or "Gestrypfotografie" at it's best.
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by Dirk Moeller I've spent some time in a field, testing my theory that a wide angle shots should include a nice bit of foreground to gain p

Blue Hour in Palma
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by Dirk Moeller I've spent last week in Mallorca and one particular evening in Palma's old quarter. Here are some sights of the town. Starti

Studio-Flash.com
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Studio-flash.com is your one stop shop for photographic studio accessories. Dedicated solely to studio lighting, you won't find better produ

How I discovered a completely new aspect of wide and fast primes
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by Dirk Moeller “If your photographs aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough” — Robert Cappa, Founding Member of Magnum Photos Even if C

Attack of the Paparazzi
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On the hunt with the wolves of Hollywood

A not so typical camera bag
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by Dirk Moeller Every photographer knows this to be the ultimate truth: choosing a bag is the hardest choice to make. You want something lig

An Zagreb Afternoon
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by Dirk Moeller I was booked to shoot the Ingress Event "Recursion Zagreb" for Niantic Labs on Saturday, so I decided to travel on Friday so

Remote Shutter Release Options
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by Dirk Moeller It seems there isn't much choice on what to use if you want to trigger the Sony A7r remotely. Sure, you can use the Sony Pla

Sony A7r - The Light Leak (and some Photos)
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by Dirk Moeller Turns out, you can read about a camera for days on and completely miss out on a light leak problem. I read yesterday and in

Sony A7r and glass
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by Dirk Moeller I finally decided on a new camera. It took some time. For a couple of days I entertained the idea of a Nikon D800, maybe eve

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Cosplay in America
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I go to cons, take photos and make videos :)

Google+
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Real-life sharing rethought for the web, wherever you are. Google+ for mobile makes sharing the right things with the right people a lot sim

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The Guacamole is some seriously good stuff!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Das Essen war, bis auf das Schnitzel, Durchschnitt. Der Thunfisch war von nicht allzu guter Qualität, das (zugegeben stumpfe) Messer hatte Probleme ihn zu teilen - dafür war das Süßkartoffelpüree so reichlich vorhanden, das mehr als die Hälfte übrig blieb. Der Bok Choi schmeckte leider nach gar nichts. Der Kaiserschmarrn aus dem Wok war so "dicht" in der Konsistenz, dass er mit einem Kaiserschmarrn eigentlich nur die Zutaten gemein hatte. Am meisten verstörte mich der Service. Ich kann es gut leiden, wenn der Service mal "einen Schnack" drauf hat, aber an den Tisch zu treten während wir uns unterhalten und dabei meinen Satz zu beenden finde ich störend und dreist, ebenso wie der Griff auf den Vorspeisenteller, um die Garnierung von meinen Sushi zu nehmen, damit man mir mitteilen kann, um welche Sushi es sich handelt. Abgeschlossen wurde der Abend damit, dass unser Tisch um 21.50h an einem Samstagabend bereits der letzte noch besetzte Tisch war und man in 10 Minuten-Abständen anfing nachzufragen, ob wir denn noch etwas wünschen würden - zu diesem Zeitpunkt hatten wir noch nicht mal einen Kaffee zum Abschluss getrunken. Als wir den Laden verließen, wurde unmittelbar hinter uns das Gitter zugeklappt.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I knew the Mondrian LA before and expected a similar experience in Miami. Unfortunately, both house are not comparable. It starts with the subpar valet service at arrival, trying to communicate with the receptionist in a very noisy and dark lobby while loud music is playing in the background. Everything is very empty and dark. If that's the design style they went with in this house, ok - but it's not my style. The suite had a "living" area which is basically a large empty room with a two seater and a lamp - and a lot of space. The view "Downtown" is quite nice, but then there's the pool area which houses some very loud a/c or generator, running all night - same is true for the (inroom) a/c generator in the bathroom. The bathroom itself is basically void of storage space and even the placement of a toothbrush is a challenge. The worst overall is the scent used all over the hotel. One feels like in an A&F store - unfortunately this is true in the bedroom as well, so the last thing in the evening and the first thing in the morning is sweet powdery scent in your nose. We checked out after one night and the management was very interested to learn about the reasons for our checkout, friendly and understanding. I guess we just weren't right for each other ;)
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Nettes Team, sehr sorgfältig und einfühlsam.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Situated on the "private" Island of Brickell Key, the hotel features an colourful international selection of guests. Downtown Miami with the Central Business District is close and features a number of good and solid restaurants in walking distance. Our suite was spacious but cozy, with a large sitting area which works wonders on rainy days. The hotel has a pool area and an additional small "beach", both in the south westerly corner of Brickell Key, perfect for catching some sun rays. The food served there was in our time prepared in a food truck near Brickell Park - that might have been because the main restaurant was under renovation, but was perfect for a guilty pleasure of heavenly burgers and fries in the sun. The one thing that makes the MO standing out is the staff: every single staff member is really aiming to make you feel welcome. The attention to the guest is remarkable and I would stay there again in an instant.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The restaurant is quite busy and packed, but still feels friendly and personal. The staff is friendly and efficient. The signature drinks are available as virgin versions, too, which is very welcome if you don't drink alcohol - which seems to usually be in there a lot, judging from watching the barmen ;) The food is the main attraction though, featuring a modern cuban/latin approach. The smoked Marlin Tacos were as beautiful as the Mystery Meatballs. Both extremely well executed and perfectly sized for starters. The Pollo Criollo was very moist and the Sugar Cane Tuna of exquisite quality. The Chocolate Cigar was a bit too whimsical, fun on the eyes but not that great of a flavour combination, but Da Bomb was exactly what you'd expect from a dessert under that name. Overall a very pleasing experience in a nice atmosphere. Valet parking is available on the opposite street side.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Außerordentlich gutes Essen ist in der Innenstadt von Hamburg eher schwer zu finden, umso herausragender ist die Stellung des Tschebull, vor allen Dingen zur Mittagszeit. Das Wiener Schnitzel ist ein Gedicht und während der Saison auch mit Spargel zu bestellen. In der Regel recht voll, daher unbedingt reservieren.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago