Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Und was führt Sie her?

  • zucken tote Fische Kochsalz
  • brompton stupid
  • wie heißt das auf deutsch; Take it hau i t on the kopp of a to give of
  • fische sind feige
  • sex with animals
  • riesiger steinklumpen
  • rausgeschnittene zunge
  • kaputte typen homepage
  • stilles trinkwasser bunte getränkeflasche
  • kummer dose diktat
  • The Perfect Ass – Riesen-Po black
  • Feeling Like a Fraud german
  • fische selbstzerstörerisch
  • würmer in der küche
  • defenition of the word ¨untenrum¨
  • translate der hund ist ja sweet

Monday, April 19th, 2010


warum Männer, warum Frauen
Ohne Worte.

Friday, July 28th, 2006

Neal Stephenson – Snow Crash (1)

snowcrash.jpg A very inventive story and cool story, with the same weakness Stephenson’s other books have in my opinion, a forced ending. Creating complexity, just to then shoehorn it into some resolution so readers can feel better is not something I approve of. Otherwise it’s quite flawless, though. It’s also quite interesting to see how Stephenson obviously churned on the themes he scratched upon in this novel for the later Diamond Age, and then took them into more realistic contemporary fiction with the Cryptonomicon.

Wednesday, May 24th, 2006

Korea Comes Out on Top

Neuroscience Trends I’m not sure what it all means, if anything, but plugging Neuroscience into Google’s newest toy, Google Trends, reveals a downward trend of Neuroscience related searches in recent years, an upward trend in Neuroscience news items, and Korea to be the top nation in the world when it comes to searching for Neuroscience. Within the US, Washington suburb Bethesda leads the field, searching about four times as much as runner-up Baltimore. What does it all mean? Here’s the answer.