When I visited Boston last week for a friend’s wedding, my wife and I looked for interesting events. We didn’t get disappointed: besides attending a panel discussion with Howard Zinn on the withdrawal from Iraq and watching the Play Einstein’s Dreams, we had the honor of attending a dinner with Mr. Young-jin Choi, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations. Mr. Choi was giving an enlightened talk for WorldBoston.org.Â I found a transcript of the talk he gave at the Carnegie Council – and below you’ll find my personal comments.Read more →
Ich kann stolz berichten, dass mein Bruder den ersten Platz für sein Meisterstück im Festool Fotowettbewerb gewonnen hat. Herzlichen Glückwunsch!Read more →
A year ago, I gave Voice over IP a try – and gave up on it. Not because it didn’t work, but because it was not reliable enough. In 90% of all cases it was working fine, but the remining 10% had bad quality, a missing voice channel, etc. That was unacceptable quality.Read more →
Fertig! Da unser bisherige Mailinglist-Host Smartgroups die Türen schließt, mussten wir ein neues zu Hause finden. Seit kurzem hat nunRead more →
My wife runs a Coffee House with free Internet Access.Â Until now, we just had a compleatly open Wifi Router.Â This was great for the customers, but she worried about her liability.Â So I had the task to create a solution with the following requirements:
- Users must acknowledge terms and conditions
- Easy to use
- Collection of information (MAC address, email, etc.), although this was an optonal requirement.