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Closed for now. Oct. 15th, 2005 @ 05:27 am
I decided to write my notes on my webpage's journal: http://kewl.phear.org/journal/

Have fun :)

No news, good news! Mar. 12th, 2005 @ 02:28 am

I decided to re-discover Persistence Of Vision.
So I made this little flower picture:
Raytraced flower

Then, I made a DivX Movie.
Current Mood: awakeawake
Current Music: Ministry of Sound Chillout Session

Discussion with Cip Oct. 26th, 2004 @ 05:37 pm
Ciprian: I shall get a new job in Iraq, I'll get a nice salary there.
Me: Well, you might also consider Saudi Arabia, it's dangerous there too.
Ciprian: oh cool!

Current Mood: amusedamused

Little flower Oct. 21st, 2004 @ 05:24 am
Little flower
Photo taken in the Alps, August 2004.

And now the same, with more contrast:
Little flower
Current Mood: artisticartistic

Picture of the day Oct. 20th, 2004 @ 06:48 am
Adolf bridge
This is Adolf Bridge, in Luxembourg.
Current Mood: artisticartistic
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» Raclette party
We organized a raclette party at my place yesterday evening, thanks to Pixel, Fred, Jörg, Angelika, Richard, Noriko, Hanna, Takeshi, Sabine and Philip for coming, and spock and cip for being here :p.

Hanna was so cute playing with gamoo and ziga's bambi, she kept stroking it :))

Looks like we had enough food for everyone, even some of them were so full that they couldn't swallow our nice chocolate fondue with all kind of fruits as dessert :P
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"Someone's boring me. I think it's me."
Dylan Thomas
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Happy birthday gamoo! :P
» Green plants say fall is here

I had a dream in which one of my plants came to me and said: "I think you ought to bring us back to your warm comfortable living room"... Almost done now. Only some flowers are still outside, but those are strong warriors :p
This means we are going to have the worst season soon. I'm not very happy with that, now I either have to leave the continent and spend some time in the southern hemisphere or bear with it. I decided to hang fire a little.

Other news from cloudy Luxembourg:
Richard's going to leave Luxembourg next week to the Hague, so I have to ask him politely to come to the meal party I'm going to organize on Friday. I hope some eoliens will be present too!

I hope anatsuno is doing fine. It's quite weird, when she was here, I always had the opportunity to visit her, which I did not; but since she left, everyday I have some thoughts about her. At least I can read her journal :)

Mr spock is back from India, Germany, Netherlands and France. So now we are three roommates again in this flat.

At least, I repaired my gallery and transferred my Brittany's photos, perhaps I should also upload them :)

I haven't watched news for a while, so I just switched TV on: "There's a legal challenge going on about spyware right now in Washington" and "Heat in Australia!", w00h00! good news this time! so I'm going to switch it off right now :p

Once again, I'm doing 3 things at a time, so as usual you might read senseless sentences :)
Today, I've been to a conference in Luxembourg, with Richard Stallman about software patents: danger or opportunity.

Like usually, he had those so great examples/facts that happened. He explained how those patents would create more troubles than creativity, and what those big companies, which have already patented so many things that are common use, could use for doing aggressive (killing) competition.

Now they are just attempting to steal innovation by putting pressure on new creators with their army of lawyers and IMHO this is now the core of their business, with the help of their obscure patents that no one understands.

The other guy (Pierre Kihn), who was for patents, didn't know anything about software, and his show was one or two sentences added on a powerpoint presentation. Anyway, you need a lot of courage if you want to debate with/against Richard.

The conference's duration was supposed to be one hour, 30 minutes each, but Richard had so many things to say that he spent 90 instead. Too bad he didn't sing the FSF song :)

Also, I met some old colleagues and the crew from the local linux user group.
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