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January 9, 2012

So, Martin/@schneyra is doing this thing where he recaps his own weeks. (Here is week number 1.) And because I am me, I am now going in all gung-ho into this and do it, too.1

January 2nd, 2012

So, here we go, first workday of the week and while the streets were blissfully empty – as they were all week – nothing much changed.

There was some fun on Twitter in the evening, though, the hashtag #lessambitiousbook.

January 3rd, 2012

War mal im Fernsehen

This was the (only) highlight of the day. It translates to:

Was on TV once.

January 4th, 2012

For some reason everybody looked up the song that was on top of the single charts on their birthday. Mine was Roland Kaiser’s Santa Maria.

♬♪ Sie war ein Kind der Sonne, schön wie ein erwachender Morgen… ♪♫

My co-worker Evghenie (@svinohod) brought his own big-ass monitor to work and was really proud about it.

Also, this happened.

January 5th, 2012

After getting to work through a scary, scary snow/rain/thunder/end-of-the-world storm, I coined the term Chrononormativism – I was proud as fuck. Nobody really noticed, though.

And I wasted all in all way too much time with the Pony Creator.

January 6th, 2012

I still can’t believe those heathens in North Rhine-Westfalia don’t recognize Epiphany as an official public holiday. May they burn in hell.

Talking about hell – my lunch was rice and Club Mate and the soundtrack of the day was the Portal 2 soundtrack, which I got via Mrgan.

January 7th, 2012


January 8th, 2012


  1. Very soon it will become very obvious that my weeks are all pretty much the same and all pretty much boring. But, here we go. 
  2. Yes, the whole weekend I did nothing but read Reamde by Neal Stephenson. Maybe at some point I’ll write a short review – but for now it should suffice to say that I loved it a lot and everybody should read it.