As said in the title. I updated the archived notes .ZIP file. Twice.
- research for my final post in GADI at university
- lecture – Bongfish representative about Computer Graphics and developing for Xbox 360 (Thomas Richter-Trummer)
- lecture – Netzneutralität (Michael Renner)
- lecture – Einschätzung der Gefahren beim Einsatz Mobiler Endgeräte und Gegenstrategien (Marcus Klische)
Update 1, additional notes:
- discussion – A/Symmetrischer Internetausbau
- event – Bachelor@IAIK 2014 (more info)
While I’m actually still in the process of writing my own linkblogging tool that is based on filtered Day One entries that is a project that’s not yet ready. Since I don’t want to quit reading or recommending articles I want to post those temporarily to a tumblr. The adress is http://read.ghostlyrics.net, which I plan to reuse when I switch on my DayOne2web platform. Feel free to subscribe via RSS, bookmark the site and check regularly or simply follow the tumblr (as long as it’s running).
The topics of the articles I post there *will* vary greatly. Among those that you can expect are Video Games, Computer Science, Literature, Technology, Software and several feature articles. Keep in mind that I don’t strictly post ‘Reading recommendations’ as I post interesting links. Meaning you will come across the occational video link or link to a project that might be nice to check out. I’ll also try to tag and add a description where I feel like the page’s link description doesn’t do the link justice.
One more thing: There will *not* be any original articles on the tumblr, only links to stuff I read or discovered. Original writing will stay at http://ghostlyrics.net.
Update summary: 2 novels, 2 podcasts
I was in the mood for trying a new system of taking notes for the monthly media recap but it didn’t work out so great, so here is the part I missed during my initial post.
Summary: 4 games, 12 podcasts, 2 let’s plays
There’s still not much going on since I’m developing a very nice command line tool for personal use which I intend to use to write a microblog-style website with daily reading tips.