Sunday, October 12, 2014

Edi's Weekend Wave issue #1441

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Hello and welcome to issue #1441 of Edi's Weekend Wave.

Dear Readers,
most of the weekend I spent attending a sewing course. I enjoy sewing because it is delivers a combination of relaxation and satisfaction for me. Furthermore it is a hobby I share with my wife.
But that means not much time left for this post.


And now

ENJOY READING ....



Edi's Guidepost

The Lighthouse
News and information straight from the horse's mouth by Lighthouse keeper ediFanoB

  1. Reading progress
Books
The latest report from our shelf shop net correspondent Bona
  1. New books on my shelf/reader or when one book leads to another 
Blogosphere
Messages from the depths of the blogosphere by spheronaut Bona Fide
  1. Horses
  2. Frozen Venice
  3. Solar-Powered Art
  4. Something for your wall
  5. A sliced bridge
  6. Music

Movies
Remote control junkie Fide and his zapping highlights
  1. Interstellar

Quotes
The member of the house of quotes and a quote himself the Keeper of the minutes ( we call him Kotm) fished for you
  1. German proverbs, sayings and idiomsQuote related to Thesaurus

The Lighthouse
I finished one more book and continued reading one of my current readings. That is not that bad. I have high hopes to finish three more books until end of October.

I finished

- Das Mondmalheur (digital 2014) [Kindle ASIN: B00LXAHH3O] by Annette Kannenberg.
The first part has been a funny, lively, intelligent and entertaining read. But the second part never reached the level of the first part.

I'm

- 228 pages in  The Bullet Catcher's Daughter (pb 2014) [Paperback ISBN-13: 978-3867621205] by Rod Duncan


No progress

- 172 pages in  Malice (digital December 2012) [Kindle edition ASIN: B00AER8240] by John Gwynne.

- 230 pages in The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Created Modern Crime (digital 2011) [ Kindle Edition ASIN: B004FPYX72] by Judith Flanders.

- 213 pages in Maschinenseele (pb April 2014 2009) [Paperback ISBN-13: 978-3867622042; Kindle Edition ASIN:  B00L2F7LRC] by Chris Schlicht.  
My wife wanted to read the book too. Therefore I stopped reading and tried to finish other books.

- 176 pages in Memories of Ice (pb, 2006; first published in 2000) [ISBN-13: 978-0765348807] by Steven Erikson


- 74 pages in Britannia's Wolf  (digital 2013) [ Kindle Edition ASIN:  B00CLHET9S] by Antoine Vanner.


- 241 pages in the Amelia Peabody's Murder Mystery Omnibus (digital, pb, 2012) [Kindle Edition ASIN: B007PRZJAW] by Elizabeth Peters.


- 172 pages in the Emperor of Thorns (pb, August 2013) [ISBN-13: 978-0007439058] by Mark Lawrence,




 Enjoy your weekend ....



Books


Dear readers, I'm the one to tell you about books - only books? What about novellas and other stuff? My name is Bona. I scour shelves, shops and the net for books. If you call me a book whore I would not gainsay you. But be aware I have my own, sometimes elusive taste.

New books on my shelf/reader or when one book leads to another

Last week I did not buy a single book but I downloaded a digital copy for free.

The Simulacrum (digital 2014) [Kindle ASIN: B00LXAHH3O] by Brad Seggie and Linda Yezak.
"Less than a year after discovering a human fossil and a dinosaur fossil found together, paleontologist Wayne Oakford is murdered. His niece, Mary Dillard, believes the killer was another scientist who was trying to ruin his reputation. She hires a private detective, Gunnar Schofield, to investigate the murder. While travelling across the country, the pair learns that a secret society of scientists has been falsifying the fossil record to discredit creationism and support Darwin's theory of evolution. Will she succeed in clearing Wayne Oakford's name? Will the truth about evolution be exposed to the world?" [Source]
From time to time I need to read something beyond fantasy and science fiction. while flipping through the list of free books the cover of xxx aroused my interest. After reading the description I decided to get a free copy of the book. With 260 pages it is not that long. With normal reading speed it should take me seven and a half hours to finish the book ....


No more today, see you next week ......



Blogosphere


Hey, I'm Bona Fide. I just came back from my last foray through the blogosphere. What can you expect from me? I tell you: Everything from Art to Fart as long as there is any faint connection to books. And here is some honey from the beehive blogosphere...


Horses
Sometimes one should a look at funny pics. I was not aware that so many funny pics starring horses exist.  So go for a funny virtual ride over at  Dark Roasted Blend and enjoy



Frozen Venice
Venice is a wonderful town. How would it look like if it was completely frozen. Here is the answer:




Solar-Powered Art
There are different ways to paint a picture. The following one is spectacular. The artist use a magnifying glass instead of a paint-brush. The results are absolutely stunning which you can see for yourself over at the Weburbanist .........




Something for your wall
It is not a pure poster. It is a blueprint-inspired poster. It gives you the opportunity to travel through time and space around the world. Have a look at this amazing poster over at the Weburbanist impressed me  .........




A sliced bridge
There are so many different bridge constructions available and I have seen many bridges in my life. But the following one over at the Weburbanist impressed me  .........




Music
Do you like to listen to music from the Roaring Twenties? The you should visit

That's it for today. Come back next week for more ......


Movies

Hey, it's me Fide. I'm a remote control professional. I'm that fast that I can watch two movies at the same time.

Tomorrowland is one of theme lands in the Disney theme parks around the world. In May 2015 a film with the same name will hit the cinemas.
This is the description from IMDdb
"Bound by a shared destiny, a teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor embark on a mission to unearth the secrets of a place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory."
And this is the Tomorrowland teaser trailer.....


Looks like a film for the whole family ......





That's all for today. See you next time....


Quotes

I 'm the Keeper of the minutes. But I don't mind when you call me Kotm. No, no. I don't explain to you how to pronounce.

This is just something to think about ........


"What's another word for Thesaurus?

Steven Wright, American actor and comedian, 1955 -

Sunday, October 05, 2014

Edi's Weekend Wave issue #1440

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Hello and welcome to issue #1440 of Edi's Weekend Wave.

Dear Readers,
the past two weeks are a good example for me because they showed me quite clearly that I should stop planning things. Whenever I decide to do something mostly something else happens which hinders me to follow my original plan. This is disappointing. At least I'm happy that I found time for reading .....

Again I'm late with my post and now it is nearly 6 pm in Germany. But I do not want to go to bed without writing this post.

And now

ENJOY READING ....



Edi's Guidepost

The Lighthouse
News and information straight from the horse's mouth by Lighthouse keeper ediFanoB


  1. Reading progress
Books
The latest report from our shelf shop net correspondent Bona
  1. New books on my shelf/reader or when one book leads to another 
Blogosphere
Messages from the depths of the blogosphere by spheronaut Bona Fide
  1. Umbrellas
  2. A highway for sailors
  3. Piracy at an old institution
  4. Special postcards

Movies
Remote control junkie Fide and his zapping highlights
  1. Interstellar

Quotes
The member of the house of quotes and a quote himself the Keeper of the minutes ( we call him Kotm) fished for you
  1. German proverbs, sayings and idiomsQuote related to hobby

The Lighthouse
What shall I say? At least reading is satisfying. I finished two more books.That means 52 books in 2014 so far. But I definitely bought more books than I read .....


I finished

- Annihilation (digital 2014) [Kindle ASIN: B00EGJ32A6] by Jeff Vandermeer
I wrote on GOODREADS:
"This was a short one with around 135 pages. It was indeed weird. 
I must say I felt queasy while reading and often I found myself turning my head and looking over my shoulder. 
It is definitely not a book which you should read before you go to bed."

- Dyed in the Wool (digital 2013) [Kindle edition ASIN: B00DTG5BTM] by Ed James   I wrote on GOODREADS:
"The Scott Cullen series continues on a high level. 
Scott Cullen needs to find his way in this emotional and action packed jungle of crime, career, relationship, police reorganisation, sexual orientation and impact from the past. 
Great plot line and excellent character development."

I'm



- 172 pages in  Malice (digital December 2012) [Kindle edition ASIN: B00AER8240] by John Gwynne.


- 209 pages in  The Bullet Catcher's Daughter (pb 2014) [Paperback ISBN-13: 978-3867621205] by Rod Duncan


No progress

- 230 pages in The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Created Modern Crime (digital 2011) [ Kindle Edition ASIN: B004FPYX72] by Judith Flanders.

- 213 pages in Maschinenseele (pb April 2014 2009) [Paperback ISBN-13: 978-3867622042; Kindle Edition ASIN:  B00L2F7LRC] by Chris Schlicht.  
My wife wanted to read the book too. Therefore I stopped reading and tried to finish other books.

- 176 pages in Memories of Ice (pb, 2006; first published in 2000) [ISBN-13: 978-0765348807] by Steven Erikson


- 74 pages in Britannia's Wolf  (digital 2013) [ Kindle Edition ASIN:  B00CLHET9S] by Antoine Vanner.


- 241 pages in the Amelia Peabody's Murder Mystery Omnibus (digital, pb, 2012) [Kindle Edition ASIN: B007PRZJAW] by Elizabeth Peters.


- 172 pages in the Emperor of Thorns (pb, August 2013) [ISBN-13: 978-0007439058] by Mark Lawrence,




 Enjoy your weekend ....



Books


Dear readers, I'm the one to tell you about books - only books? What about novellas and other stuff? My name is Bona. I scour shelves, shops and the net for books. If you call me a book whore I would not gainsay you. But be aware I have my own, sometimes elusive taste.

New books on my shelf/reader or when one book leads to another

Compared to our shelves at home the SD card in my reader shows a lot of free space. Therefore I tend to my more digital copies than real books. Last week three digital copies and one real paperback found a new home.

Let me start with something unusual. I bought a digital copy of a book written in my first language. It sounds funny at first sight but I know from some reviews that there is a serious background.

Das Mondmalheur (digital 2014) [Kindle ASIN: B00LXAHH3O] by Annette Kannenberg.
"Das Leben von Cornelius Wichgreve, Gravitationsexperte und Erfinder der hochgejubelten Skylevitys, wird komplett durcheinandergeworfen, als der weltweit führende Mineralölkonzern CosmOre Industries ihm einen Job auf dem Mond anbietet. Zusammen mit dem soziophoben Bakteriologen Murray und dem selbsternannten Lunalogen Vladimir soll er dort den Abbau des neu entdeckten Superelementes Tuttofarium vereinfachen. Doch als Murray plötzlich nach Peru versetzt wird und ein Praktikant dessen Aufgaben übernimmt, passiert das Unglaubliche, und Cornelius wird in eine Verschwörung hineingezogen, die in eine weltumspannende Katastrophe mündet." [Source]
This is my humble translation of the official German book description:
 "The life of Cornelius Wichgreve, gravitation expert and inventor of the hyped Skylevitys is completely jumbled, as the world's leading oil company CosmOre Industries offers a job on the moon him. Together with the bacteriologist Murry who is aflicted with social anxiety disorder and the self-proclaimed Lunagist Vladimir he intended to simplify the degradation of the newly discovered super element Tuttofarium. But when Murray is suddenly transported to Peru and a trainee takes over his tasks, the unbelievable happens, and Cornelius is drawn into a conspiracy which leads into a global catastrophe"


The next book sounds like a mix of modern action thriller mixed with history and mythology and spiced with a pinch of horror. In case I like it I will go for the sequel The Britannia Contagion to be published in December 2014.
The Britannia Conspiracy (digital 2014) [Kindle ASIN: B00JQOQIPM] by Peter C. Middleton
"Legions of Roman soldiers, dead for nearly 2,000 years, rise from their graves, under London's streets, with an insatiable desire for vengeance, and a ravenous thirst for human blood.

When conventional weapons fail to destroy them, the nation's only hope lies with a few seemingly ordinary men and women who are willing to risk their lives in a battle against the living and the dead. They have just hours to find out why the Romans have returned and recover the one relic that can send this invincible army back to hell. If they fail, they will be the last heroes Britain will ever have, because the nation’s proud history will come to a devastating and cataclysmic end." [Source]


Did you read and like The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas? It was one of the stories I liked a lot in my youth. Maybe that is one of the reasons why I bought a digital copy of Traitor's Blade (digital 2014) [Kindle ASIN: B00HEG6UGG] by Sebastien de Castell  which is the first book in the Greatcoats series.
"Falcio is the first Cantor of the Greatcoats. Trained in the fighting arts and the laws of Tristia, the Greatcoats are travelling Magisters upholding King’s Law. They are heroes. Or at least they were, until they stood aside while the Dukes took the kingdom, and impaled their King’s head on a spike.

Now Tristia is on the verge of collapse and the barbarians are sniffing at the borders. The Dukes bring chaos to the land, while the Greatcoats are scattered far and wide, reviled as traitors, their legendary coats in tatters. All they have left are the promises they made to King Paelis, to carry out one final mission.

But if they have any hope of fulfilling the King’s dream, the divided Greatcoats must reunite, or they will also have to stand aside as they watch their world burn…" [Source]

For me there was no question that I wanted a paperback copy of the second book in Miles Cameron's  The Traitor Son Cycle.
So I was quite happy when the copy of The Fell Sword (pb, October 2014) [ISBN: 978-0575113343] by Miles Cameron arrived.
"THE RED KNIGHT was one of the most acclaimed fantasy debuts of 2012 - and now he rides again. Prepare for one epic battle...

In The Fell Sword the Red Knight and his company go across the mountains to the Morea and Thrake - those are the kingdoms to the east of Alba - to put down what appears to be a local rebellion and proves to be larger. In the process, the readers will get to see a little more of the meta-plot.

The Red Knight will meet a beautiful princess. Jean de Vrailly will grow in power and worldly glory. Amicia will develop her own power while getting into a quarrel with the church that will have long term effects for everyone. Readers will meet the Faery Knight and the irks are developed as people and not ‘enemies’. The sides shift, and the stakes grow." [Source]



No more today, see you next week ......



Blogosphere


Hey, I'm Bona Fide. I just came back from my last foray through the blogosphere. What can you expect from me? I tell you: Everything from Art to Fart as long as there is any faint connection to books. And here is some honey from the beehive blogosphere...


Umbrellas
Autumn is a season where it is not unusual to leave the house with an umbrella. What do you know about the use of umbrellas in Japan? For more information just visit Dark Roasted Blend an enjoy



The highway for sailors
A sailor should be on board of his ship. But after a shore leave to visit a town and/or relatives a sailor needs to return to his ship. No let's go back in a time without cars. Let's go back to the time when Portsmouth has been England’s greatest naval port which has been connected to London by so called The Portsmouth Road which covered the 71 miles distance. You may imagine that a lot of things happened on this road. I really enjoyed the following post over at the English Historical Fiction Authors.

The Portsmouth Road aka The Sailor’s Highway
by Margaret Muir


Piracy at an old institution
The heading sounds a bit misleading. You will understand when you read the full post over at The Public Domain Review. It fits to the previous link. History is sometimes as exciting as fantasy...



Special postcards
Postcards - They still exist. But the following ones  are really spectacular. This is one more reason to visit the Weburbanist and to have a look at  .........




That's it for today. Come back next week for more ......


Movies

Hey, it's me Fide. I'm a remote control professional. I'm that fast that I can watch two movies at the same time.

This is now the third official trailer for the Interstellar movie directed by Christopher Nolan and I'm still not sure what to expect. I will wait for more information  before i build up my mind.




That's all for today. See you next time....


Quotes

I 'm the Keeper of the minutes. But I don't mind when you call me Kotm. No, no. I don't explain to you how to pronounce.

Hobbies - it is good to have at least one. It is sad if you have one and no time for it. Nevertheless from my point of view  it is ideal when retire to have a good pension AND a hobby ....


"A hobby a day keeps the doldrums away.

Phyllis Mcginley, American author, 1905 - 1978

Monday, September 29, 2014

Edi's Weekend Wave #issue 1438

1 comments
Hello and welcome to issue #1439 of Edi's Weekend Wave.

Dear Readers,
I'm still alive and I did not give up my blog. To keep it short. I have had plans but the remained plans. Some unexpected things came up which needed to be done.
That is the reason why you get this issue of the Weekend Wave on Monday instead of Saturday.

Furthermore some other posts are in progress. 3rd of October 2014 is a public holiday in Germany and I hope I can use poart of the day for the blog.

The visit of the fabric market on 7th of September has been successful. In less than two hours we spent the available money for items needed for new projects. I really hope to find enough time for sewing in autumn.

Unbelievable but true, a few days ago shops started to sell Christmas Stollen !!! That is something we eat at Christmas and now we have September!! I can't take long until they will sell Easter eggs at Christmas.


And now

ENJOY READING ....



Edi's Guidepost

The Lighthouse
News and information straight from the horse's mouth by Lighthouse keeper ediFanoB

  1. Reading progress
Books
The latest report from our shelf shop net correspondent Bona
  1. New books on my shelf/reader or when one book leads to another 
Blogosphere
Messages from the depths of the blogosphere by spheronaut Bona Fide
  1. Breathtaking, Breathtaking, Breathtaking
  2. The Newgate Calendar
  3. Creative Keyboard Designs


Movies
Remote control junkie Fide and his zapping highlights
  1. Jupiter Ascending

Quotes
The member of the house of quotes and a quote himself the Keeper of the minutes ( we call him Kotm) fished for you
  1. German proverbs, sayings and idiomsQuote related to manners

The Lighthouse
I'm so happy that I managed to read several books since the last issue of the Weekend Wave. I finished one book from no press read and continued another. So far I read as many books as I read in the whole year 2015. But I don't think that I will "beat" the 81 books I read in 2012 .....



I finished

- Perdido Street Station (pb, 2003; first published in 2000) [ISBN-13: 978-0345459404] by China Miéville.
I wrote on GOODREADS:
"It took me a long time to read the book including a break.

I must say in the end it was not the right book for me. Despite the fact that it is well written and full of interesting ideas and characters, i never really felt with the characters.

Nevertheless I gave four stars because it is well done."

- Arctic Rising (pb and digital, first in 2012) [ISBN: 978-0765358738; Kindle ASIN:  B005KJJ4QW] by Tobias S Buckell
I wrote on GOODREADS:
"A satisfying read with intelligent and emotional characters in a believable setting which hopefully will not come true."

- The Freezer (digital 2014) [Kindle edition ASIN: B00KPJNL3E] by Timothy S. Johnston
I wrote on GOODREADS:
"As good and as spectacular as the first book in THE TANNER SEQUENCE.

It starts with a bang and then you need a lot of hot tea to escape tha cold. This is more than a simple scifi crime.

A rollercoaster ride packed with action and emotion."

- Devil in the Detail (digital, first edition 14th October 2012) [Kindle Edition ASIN:  B009O51HFO] by Ed James
I wrote on GOODREADS:
"Excellent 2nd book in the SCOTT CULLEN MYSTRERIES series.

Convincing story and characters. It shows how arduous police work can be.

I have been that captivated that I started immediately to read boo three FIRE IN THE BLOOD."


- Fire in the Blood (digital 2013) [Kindle edition ASIN: B00B6RFDX0] by Ed James
I wrote on GOODREADS:
"I read book 2 and 3 back to back. I do not like whisky BUT I LOVED the story. 
This is such an excellent series!!"



I'm



- 213 pages in Maschinenseele (pb April 2014 2009) [Paperback ISBN-13: 978-3867622042; Kindle Edition ASIN:  B00L2F7LRC] by Chris Schlicht

I'm reading a book in my first language and it is a great read. Maschinenseele is like the predecessor
Maschinengeist  which means it is a mix of steampunk, alternate history and crime. It is a dark one and has nothing to do with an idyllic world. 

- 230 pages in The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Created Modern Crime (digital 2011) [ Kindle Edition ASIN: B004FPYX72] by Judith Flanders.

- 31 pages  Dyed in the Wool (digital 2013) [Kindle edition ASIN: B00DTG5BTM] by Ed James

- 161 pages in  Malice (digital December 2012) [Kindle edition ASIN: B00AER8240] by John Gwynne.


- 67 pages in  The Bullet Catcher's Daughter (pb 2014) [Paperback ISBN-13: 978-3867621205] by Rod Duncan


No progress

- 176 pages in Memories of Ice (pb, 2006; first published in 2000) [ISBN-13: 978-0765348807] by Steven Erikson



- 74 pages in Britannia's Wolf  (digital 2013) [ Kindle Edition ASIN:  B00CLHET9S] by Antoine Vanner.


- 241 pages in the Amelia Peabody's Murder Mystery Omnibus (digital, pb, 2012) [Kindle Edition ASIN: B007PRZJAW] by Elizabeth Peters.


- 172 pages in the Emperor of Thorns (pb, August 2013) [ISBN-13: 978-0007439058] by Mark Lawrence,




 Enjoy your weekend ....



Books


Dear readers, I'm the one to tell you about books - only books? What about novellas and other stuff? My name is Bona. I scour shelves, shops and the net for books. If you call me a book whore I would not gainsay you. But be aware I have my own, sometimes elusive taste.

New books on my shelf/reader or when one book leads to another

In the past two weeks I bought just one digital copy of a book.

There was a special offer for Annihilation (digital 2014) [Kindle ASIN: B00EGJ32A6] by Jeff Vandermeer which is the first book in the Southern Reach Trilogy.
"Area X has been cut off from the rest of the continent for decades. Nature has reclaimed the last vestiges of human civilization. The first expedition returned with reports of a pristine, Edenic landscape; all the members of the second expedition committed suicide; the third expedition died in a hail of gunfire as its members turned on one another; the members of the eleventh expedition returned as shadows of their former selves, and within months of their return, all had died of aggressive cancer.

This is the twelfth expedition.

Their group is made up of four women: an anthropologist; a surveyor; a psychologist, the de facto leader; and our narrator, a biologist. Their mission is to map the terrain and collect specimens; to record all their observations, scientific and otherwise, of their surroundings and of one another; and, above all, to avoid being contaminated by Area X itself.

They arrive expecting the unexpected, and Area X delivers—they discover a massive topographic anomaly and life forms that surpass understanding—but it’s the surprises that came across the border with them, and the secrets the expedition members are keeping from one another, that change everything." [Source]

A few weeks ago I told you that I bought a copy of  Gideon Smith and the Brass Dragon (September 2014) [Paperback ISBN-13:  978-1909679337] by David Barnett which is the second book in the Gideon Smith series.
"Nineteenth century London is the center of a vast British Empire, a teeming metropolis where steam-power is king and airships ply the skies, and where Queen Victoria presides over three quarters of the known world—including the east coast of America, following the failed revolution of 1775.

Young Gideon Smith has seen things that no green lad of Her Majesty’s dominion should ever experience. Through a series of incredible events Gideon has become the newest Hero of the Empire. But Gideon is a man with a mission, for the dreaded Texas pirate Louis Cockayne has stolen the mechanical clockwork girl, Maria, along with a most fantastical weapon—a great brass dragon that was unearthed beneath ancient Egyptian soil. Maria is the only one who can pilot the beast, so Cockayne has taken girl and dragon off to points east.

Gideon and his intrepid band take to the skies and travel to the American colonies hot on Cockayne’s trail. Not only does Gideon want the machine back, he has fallen in love with Maria. Their journey will take them to the wilds of the lawless lands south of the American colonies—to free Texas, where the mad King of Steamtown rules with an iron fist (literally), where life is cheap and honor even cheaper.

Does Gideon have what it takes to not only save the day but win the girl?

David Barnett's Gideon Smith and the Brass Dragon is a fantastical steampunk fable set against an alternate historical backdrop: the ultimate Victoriana/steampunk mash-up!" [Source]
Now the kind people over at  Tor/Forge.com sent my a copy of the US edition of Gideon Smith and the Brass Dragon (September 2014) [Paperback ISBN-13:  978-0765334251] by David Barnett.

That will give me the opportunity to discover the difference between UK and US edition. To my surprise both books show the same number of pages but have different formats.

No more today, see you next week ......



Blogosphere


Hey, I'm Bona Fide. I just came back from my last foray through the blogosphere. What can you expect from me? I tell you: Everything from Art to Fart as long as there is any faint connection to books. And here is some honey from the beehive blogosphere...


Breathtaking, Breathtaking, Breathtakting
Go, visit A Dribble of Ink and get lost in


The Newgate Calendar
There are so many differen calendars available. But this one is a real special one.
Just read the interesting post over at the English Historical Fiction Authors.

The Newgate Calendar, or, The Malefactors' Bloody Register by Catherine Curzon


Creative Keyboard Design
What kind of keyboard will we use in future? The Weburbanist shows some futurist desings. My favorite one is definitely the "Retro Typewriter Keyboard" .........






That's it for today. Come back next week for more ......


Movies

Hey, it's me Fide. I'm a remote control professional. I'm that fast that I can watch two movies at the same time.

I remember the the movie Jupiter Ascending should have hit the cinemas in summer 2014. I do not know the reasons why it has been postponed to February 2015.
The new extended trailer looks promising.....




That's all for today. See you next time....


Quotes

I 'm the Keeper of the minutes. But I don't mind when you call me Kotm. No, no. I don't explain to you how to pronounce.

Following quoute stands for itself ...



"Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot.

Clarence Thomas, American lawyer and administrator, 1948 -
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