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Markus Feilner
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Cape Tripiti, lefka ori. Cape of dreams. #sougia. Almost there! 
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Maybe you noticed my profile and cover fotos were changed. Yes, I'll be gone offline for two weaks or so. Yes, with an "a". Going to some monasteries. Slicing some apples, smashing some windows and not seeing any penguin except maybe a smartphone wifi connection. But not to often, I hope. Bye! CU in two weeks.  #theoldfinix . #lefkaori  
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I have. Thx. #sougia 
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Schon krass, wie der Herr Bosbach lügt. Nein, wahrscheinlich stimmt das nicht, er glaubt selbst daran. Auch wenn der Wissenschaftliche Dienst des Bundestages von 0.06 Prozent aller Fälle ausgeht, in denen eine VDS geholfen hätte. Egal, wir machen weiter! Wozu sind wir denn rechte Hardliner?
 http://www.br.de/radio/bayern2/sendungen/radiowelt/wolfgang-bosbach-cdu-rechtmaessigkeit-der-vorratsdatenspeicherung-100.html
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+Markus Feilner , einiges ist ganz klar gelogen, weil im die Fakten bekannt sind. Z.b. dass den Ermittlern bei schwersten Straftaten die Hände gebunden seien, und diese auf die VDS nicht verzichten können. Bei derartigen Ermittlungen haben die Behörden schon jetzt Befugnisse, die weit über das Maß der VDS hinaus gehen. Gerade diese schweren und schwersten Straftaten werden aber immer - gebetsmühlenartig - als Begründung angeführt. Leider verfehlt dieses Vorgehen nicht seine Wirkung in der Bevölkerung, weil kaum jemand aus der Bevölkerung den Wahrheitsgehalt seiner Aussage hinterfragt. :(
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Getting Solar Cells in T-Shirts #WearableWednesday
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Reduced battery size and flexible circuitry are always fave topics of discussion at any geek’s table. A recent post on Nanowerk introduces polymer solar cells that can be woven into fabric, thus transforming t-shirts into comfy energy harvesters. Notice the Nano in the pic (no pun intended).

Reporting their results in the March 27, 2014 online edition of Advanced Energy Materials (“Weaving Efficient Polymer Solar Cell Wires into Flexible Power Textiles”), researchers in China have developed a novel efficient wire-shaped polymer solar cell by incorporating a thin layer of titania nanoparticles between the photoactive material and electrode.

This material represents many of the changes happening in the industry. The ability to move and endure repetitive movement is critical with wearables. The team did a lot of testing in this regard, and the PSC material handled well, even after 1000 bending cycles. This is good news for tech that really needs to learn how to play well with stretchable fabrics. It’s also clear that nanotechnology is moving swiftly into our clothing, whether it be fabric that is stain proof, bullet proof or color changing. Finally, energy harvesting is a move in a much needed direction, and there is a growing population of people that want to be off grid.

Read More http://adafru.it/b108648
#tech #wearables #solar  
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... 'a walking cane here by my side - take it everywhere I walk' ... 
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#sougia e4
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Not me. But me is there these dayz. Bye! :-)
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I love FREE FAN VIDEOS, esp from +Dave Matthews Band !
And esp while I am working hard, struggling to get the next Linux Magazine's DVD out before I go on holiday...
 Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds - 1/16/14 - [Full Show] - New Orleans, LA - [Multicam/HQ-Audio]
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Open mind. Vigil. Proud citizen and honorable diplomat of the Conch republic. Linux and open source human, occasional and highly provocative Apple troll (#iTroll)
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Markus Feilner is a Linux specialist from Regensburg, Germany. He is currently working as a journalist in Munich. He is an author, trainer, consultant and deputy-editor-in-chief at Linux-Magazin Germany.
This is his private site - not affiliated or connected to his job at Linux-Magazin. Please keep in mind: These are my opinions and thoughts, not result of my work as a journalist. Such is to be found at http://www.linux-magazin.de
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