Month: September 2017

The Town Musicians of Bremen — Journeys of Len

Bremen is well known for its special musical bands. Join me on my journey to search for these superstars. via The Town Musicians of Bremen — Journeys of Len

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Hello Africa ! — Streets of Nuremberg

Africa is calling again! Tomorrow I will once again board a plane for a long distance flight. But this time it is for a family vacation. And the destination is Namibia. 23 years after our first visit we will return to this great country on the Atlantic Ocean side of Southern Africa. I’m looking forward to the immense friendliness and hospitality of the local … Read More Hello Africa ! — Streets of Nuremberg

Relay Computer: You Can Hear It Think — Hackaday

Modern digital computers have complex instruction sets that runs on state-of-the-art ALUs which in turn are a consequence of miniaturized logic gates that are built with tiny transistors. These tiny transistors are essentially switches. You could imagine replacing with electromagnetic relays, and get what is called a relay computer. If you can imagine it, someone’s […] via Relay Computer: You Can Hear It Think — … Read More Relay Computer: You Can Hear It Think — Hackaday

Finally, my new computer is ready — Chape Personal Trainer

Hello, dears! As many of you know, my computer crashed a couple of weeks ago. Often, and for no reason at all, my computer was shutting down without giving any error message. One good day, it shut down and never started again. I took it to a friend’s store to find a solution. The next day my […] via Finally, my new computer is ready … Read More Finally, my new computer is ready — Chape Personal Trainer

Guernica – A Magazine of Global Arts — Discover

Founded in 2004, Guernica is an award-winning magazine focused on the intersection of global arts and politics, run entirely by volunteers. via Guernica – A Magazine of Global Arts — Discover

Researchers in the World — Discover

Follow Yannick and Orsi as they travel around the world learning about new countries and cultures through science. via Researchers in the World — Discover

hAAthi Time — Discover

The personal blog of Revati Upadhya, hAAthi Time is where the food, travel, and lifestyle writer shares her adventures split between two “home ports,” Goa and Bangalore. via hAAthi Time — Discover

StoNur on the Road – Georgia Aquarium — Streets of Nuremberg

What better place to cool off from a hot summer day than in the cool Ocean Waters of Atlanta’s Georgia Aquarium. via StoNur on the Road – Georgia Aquarium — Streets of Nuremberg

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A Disease Identity Crisis — Jamison Writes

Now that there is finally some scientific answers coming our way, we might actually have the luxury of not using each other as guinea pigs. But we may also be faced with being separated by the very answers we have sought for such an incredibly long time. And, regardless of its impact on our relationships, we may be more different than we originally thought. via … Read More A Disease Identity Crisis — Jamison Writes

From Trail to Peak: The Outdoor Adventures of Drew Robinson — Discover

Outdoor explorer Drew Robinson shares his adventures and trekking resources on his website, Trail to Peak. via From Trail to Peak: The Outdoor Adventures of Drew Robinson — Discover