stop reading news too frequently 
11.3.13, 18:05 - Dies und Das
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... and you will notice to not being lied to so often.
yes, i knew better 
1.3.13, 10:31 - Dies und Das
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I left facebook quiet some time ago, because i felt abused. too much spam and a lot of obviosly wanted security issues.
so i moved on to g+, an identical service, but, as i felt, more intelligent and user centered.

Now lets get it to a more 3rd person view:
the userexperience (UX) is a kind of feeling. i felt abused by facebook and i felt better at google. feelings for an internet service. wierd, isn't it?

Why is it that we have feelings for programs, games, cellphones, operating systems, computers, social networks?
my first guess is that we share our feelings with the programs. We feel happy when we reach a certain point in a RPG, when linux is operating the first time in our life and we feel its uniquness (1994). Our brain combines feelings we have with the programs we use and stores them. (other examples in my life:
the first time i've seen the blue C64 screen when i was 10, the first usable selfwritten programm, etc,) every time i use my c64, i feel like i am 10 again...
This is known for some time now, longer than the existance of any facehooker. i really need to read some books on this topic ( )

With social media we step a littler further. We share our life and build up the network we use. we let it grow with our life. so our brain and the saved feelings are being extended to the internet. And I really think this is why so many people are addicted by facebook, twitter, WoW, etc. All the photos, posts, videos are a mirror of our feelings.

Why do I bother?
hehe, simple ... my feelings got hurt by google :'( oooohhhhhhh. no honestly: google also fucks me up.
Google is not the nice guy you might see. google is very ruthless in reaching it goals. the "always act good" thing will not work for company which is traded on the stock exchange market. lately google produces 'interesting articles' in g+ concerning the german copyright law (leisungsschutzrecht #lsr --- go google :D ). and as you expect only with their opinion, and very frequently. sad. google abuses its service. here is an example. misuse of, recall above - "my brain".

I#m sick of being a traded good of facebook, and i am really not willing to be a googlejunge, waving the flag for a monster

in the end its just computer prgs. nothing you should spend feelings on. go back to RL! have feelings with real people. please move on, there is nothing special to see!

BTTR 6310i FTW 
26.2.13, 12:01 - Dies und Das
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let's face the truth: webOS is dead. uberdead
the basics are less usable from day to day as the corresponding apis of the internetservices change, development and bugfixing is zero. imho no future (to be fair: yes, email still works...)

now what? I dislike android iphöne and winmob. my though: why not completely switch the smartphone snort off.
no emails everywhere and always, no social networking on the couch, no instant messanger while brushing the teeth.

My new phones akku lasts 16 days, the brick is capable of bluetooth for my car and is looking _very_ oldschool


back to RL (a bit)

Another C64 Quality Game On Sale Now 
25.2.13, 16:21 - retro & C64
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Assembloids, a puzzle reaction game, hit the C64 Market.
Even though it has been available for quiet a long time as download, 'heavystylus' started selling it as Cartridge Version.
No need to tell you that I love Mr. Monkmans Carts, with the lovely stickers inside the cardboard boxes. So I purchased my Cart and I am really happy about it :-)

If you as non C64 User want to try out this lovely game, check the prequel, a PC flash game:

The C64 Version is a bit faster and more tricky than the flash version, but the characters look quiet idetntically. The Pixel Artist is called ILKke and (ftw) all robots really look heavyly inspired by Ptoing, my #1 pixelat0r ...

So much reasons to give this game a try!

have fun!

Wie bringe ich meinen Kindern das Programmieren bei? 
19.2.13, 12:30 - Dies und Das
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Ich befasse mich seit ein paar Wochen ernsthaft mit der Frage meinem Ältesten das Programmieren näher zu bringen. Zum einen, weil er nur noch vor seinem Händy sitzt und spielt (was ich für nicht wahnsinnig produktiv halte) zum anderen weil ein guter Freund eine "Programierumgebung" für Kinder entwickelt und veröffentlicht hat:

KodeKLIX ist eine großartige, leicht zu benutzende Software, die es ohne große Mühe erlaubt eigene Applikationen für die sogenannte PUP Handheld Konsole zu schreiben.

Für rund 100 Euro bekommt man die Konsole mit allem was dazu gehört, Schulen bekommen bei Abnahme größerer Mengen einen Preisnachlass.

Der Vorteil an der Software ist neben der erwähnten Einfachheit die Möglichkeit mit anderen Jungprogrammierern Kontakt aufzunehmen, um sich online Programme, Grafiken und Sounds auszutauschen.

Ich habe noch eine Alternative: das im Blog schon öfter erwähnte Raspberry Pi bietet auch leicht zu erlernende Programmiersprachen und Werkzeuge an. Hier habe ich 2 besonders erwähnenswerte Anleitungen gefunden:
Schlangengerangel für Kinder:,eine kidsgerechte Python Anleitung,
sowie das Educational Manual for Rpi

Ran an die Rechner!


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