- Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering IESE, Kaiserslautern, Germanypresent
- Information junkie. Interested in all kinds of stuff. Interpreter/translator English/German
Read in different languages (German, English, French, Italian, Spanish).
Dislike: narrow-minded people, alcohol, horror movies, religious fundamentalism (of any kind), boring people.
Interested in science, technology, travel, photography, education, languages, astronomy, the future, the Internet (of course!), and much more.
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- Johannes Gutenberg University of MainzInterpreting (Dipl.-Dolm.)
Illuminating Atoms | Science & Technology Facilities Council | STFC
To celebrate the International Year of Crystallography, ILLUMINATING ATOMS presents a selection of photographs by Max Alexander por traying
Cancun weddings, webcast in real-time for guests around the world | Spri...
CancunLiveWeddings offers a real-time webcasting service that makes it possible for would-be attendees in other parts of the world to feel l
Why Google+ Gets You In The Flow and Why It Is a Good Thing | Media Tapper
Google+ is addictive. Once you get your stream going you keep finding new stuff that interests you and can ot stop doing it. Somehow the exp
Globe+ | a Chrome experiment project based on WebGL Globe
The Globe+ project is a delighted interface based on HTML5 technologies which allow the user to add his own position on the Globe and view a
Daily Photography Themes on Google+ « Eric's Landscape Photography
The photography community is flourishing on Google+ and one of the great things that are gaining momentum fast are themed days of the week.
The sociological breakthrough of Google+ | Hannibal and Me
Thoughts deep and shallow about (mainly) the writing of a book, and soon the book itself. About me; The book. Penguin (Riverhead) Page; Amaz
UK service transfers shoeboxes of old photos to disc | Springwise
Scandango offer a service which scans as many photos as users can fit in a shoe box, and then delivers a CD of the images.