Two talks from #libreplanet conference 2021 that I saw and want to recommend:
All the videos are online:
culture, art, music
Since I was young (already more than 20 years), I am watching Arte Tracks, a french german telivision show. Tracks tells short stories about culture, art and music from an alternative perspective. For first time viewers, some of the shows can be disturbing as blood, horror and sex/gender are often subjects of Tracks.
I am still discovering this extraordinary show.
culture, art, music
Depuis mon plus jeune âge (déjà plus que 20 ans), je regarde Arte Tracks, une émission de télévision franco-allemande. Tracks raconte des petites histoires sur la culture, l'art et la musique d'un point de vue alternatif. Pour les premiers spectateurs, certaines émissions peuvent être dérangeantes car le sang, l'horreur et le sexe sont souvent des sujets abordés par Tracks.
Je découvre toujours à nouveau ce émission extra-ordinaire.
August was a full month of vegan food for me with two planned exceptions. It went mostly fine. Thanks to @blinry for good advice. Highlights were self made wraps with self made humus and twice vegan sushi made with friends.
Accompanied with tomato onion salad with olive oil and balsamico and an oolong tea.
Listening to Beach Boys - The warmth The Sun, whilst after a day of heavy rain the sky turned light blue with white clouds.
Vegan food at Feldstern (https://feldstern.net/) tastes good. I was there about two weeks ago for the first time in a decade. I think it is a nice place to have a snack when you are in Karoviertel.
The interviews are subtitled on youtube, so you can let them auto translate to your language.
I think it is desireable to have this discourse in our political discourse.
Wie unsere Mediendemokratie funktioniert kann man in diesem Interview mit Jörg Thadeusz (https://w.wiki/3kDY) sehen, dass nur ein paar Wochen vor dem ersten Interview geführt wurde:
Als Letüre empfehle ich "Die neuen Grenzen des Wachstums" (https://w.wiki/3kDK).
I don't remember when, but I think it started at a sushi restaurant about a decade ago, that I used chop sticks to eat krupok (crab chips). Put some hot sauce on it and enjoyed it. At home I tried to eat potato chips like this and never changed. First world problem, clean fingers on the keyboard solved. First world problem eating potato chips not solved.
Watched Deutschstunde, a movie based on the novel by Siegfried Lenz (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutschstunde).
I like that the story plays at the northern sea. It feels home.
It is a slow and quiet movie. But the content is so brutal.
I think it is important to keep the memories alive of a time that showed us how brutal humans are, so that we do not repeat such horror.
Again on the way to the salty sea. A bit scared by the many other tourists. Hope the place where I am heading is not too crowded.
Changed #apu2 router from pfsense to #openWRT, since the last update of pfsense damaged the whole system and I was unable to rollback or retry the update via serial console. Last used openWRT before Luci was a thing, besides freifunk. So only 1 BSD system remains at home. The rest is running linux variations.
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