This year I spent quite a bit of time learning. The last big challenge was the Week of REST in beautiful Derbyshire, September 5th – 9th. It was an amazing week and I am still impressed by how much I learnt during those few days. And it sure wasn’t necessary to be so nervous aboutContinue reading “A Week of REST – Retrospect”
We have a nice collection of pretty cool cookbooks, but the resource I actually use most often is the recipe collection of the NY Times. Actually it’s so much more than a collection of recipes: If you have an account you are able to build up your own recipe box, rate recipes, sync them with your Evernote account andContinue reading “Cooking with the New York Times”
As I stated before, I am taking part in Seth Godin’s Freelancer Course at Udemy. In order for the learnings to resonate and stick I will try and share some of it with you. Here comes assignment no. 1, “Who are you?”:
I have to admit I am a bit of a Seth Godin fan girl. I love his books, own probably most of them (including this beauty, from a Kickstarter campaign) and am a fairly regular reader of his blog. Seths newest product is an online course for freelancers, and, well, sure, I needed to sign up.
Just came across this talk by Floor Drees at RuPy 13 in Budapest. Pretty inspiring and so true! Also the ups and downs of learning to code. Love it!
A short recap and some thoughts before it’s too long gone. Yeah, another WordPress event with lots of inspiring, smart and fun people. A big Thank You to the organizers and everybody who had a share in making it possible. More of it! In a way I feel sorry I can’t be in London forContinue reading “This was WPCamp Berlin 2013”
On November 9th, 2013, it’s time for WPCAMP again. It will take place in Berlin and lots of cool people will be there. We will be there as well and are looking forward to meeting old friends and new inspiring people. If you are attending don’t hesitate to get in touch!
It was a first time. The first WordCamp that addressed people from all over Europe and even further. And it was a blast. A huge “Thank you” to all the people who worked hard to make it possible. It was amazing.
Almost every day I pass this huge sunflower field. It looked gorgeous when they were blooming. Now summer is drawing to a close. The other day I didn’t put of taking pictures any longer but went back home and got my camera. Yesterday a period of hot summer days here in Germany ended with thunderstorms andContinue reading “Last glimpse of summer”
Yvon Chouinard writes about his life story as much as about the story of Patagonia. From the very beginning as a small shop for climbing supplies to todays company, offering a wide range of clothing for people who love to be outdoors.