… self-indulgent though, but just to add an update on the previous post. My new personal website is live: elkement.subversiv.at I have already redirected the root URLs of the precursor sites radices.net, subversiv.at and e-stangl.at. Now I am waiting for Google’s final verdict; then I am going to add the rewrite map for the 1:n […]Read More Shortest Post Ever
I am proud owner of a full season of Monk on DVD, and as a child nobody ever had to tell me to tidy up my room. I indulged not only in cleaning my Lego(*) world with a fine paint brush but I rather re-organized all my belongings in Feng-Shui-meets-OCD-style quite often. (*) Lego is […]Read More Blog Cleanup – Raking the Virtual Zen Garden Again
This post might baffle readers that come here for: science / physics / book reviews / corporate world dark satire / search term poetry / navel-gazing / self-destruction … (and the other genres I have forgotten). However, I’d argue that this post covers all of those – in a subtle way. My blog has a […]Read More Intelligent Life-Forms in the Blogosphere – Again!
This blog has been inspired by books more often than not. When I crafted the first version of my personal website many years ago, a database of my favorite books was one of the first things I added and changed frequently. For better or for worse – I organize my thoughts and my websites in […]Read More My Reading List
Thanks for your prayers, voodoo magic, encouraging tweets or other tweaking the fabric of our multiverse: Yesterday I have passed my final exams and defence – I did very well, and I am a Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Systems now. As the sensationalist title indicates I tried to play it cool but finally […]Read More Stargate: Succumb to the Power of the Ritual
Interrupting my blogging break for breaking news: Fellow blogger and philosophy PhD Dan Mullin is about to launch a philosophical counseling practice. He is looking for volunteers who want to try out philosophical counseling – Dan is offering free Skype sessions in August. Read the comments, too, and follow the links!Read More Philosophical Counseling: Call for Volunteers
In my single attempt of crafting Error Message Poems I have tried to remember the best Out-of-Office note I have ever received – musing on not being able to get back to me as quick as normally, and culminating in the philosophical question: But – what is normal? Probably this is one of the hidden, […]Read More What Is Normal? (My Way of Announcing Blogging Time-Out)