For the first time in 36 years, I’m at home, learning for a written exam in business information systems.
Not that I ever stopped learning or sitting exams, for Novell Netware, Cisco or more recently for Suse, but this was all related to my daily work; if you’ve ever sat a Novell or Cisco exam, you’ll know that there’s a lot of memorizing and intense preparation involved.
This time though, I need to memorize content from the 90s, and I’m having a hard time …
Generative Music have re-released Brian Eno’s Bloom music creation app, now finally for Android!
In addition to the original, there are 10 new worlds to explore, each with different sounds, shapes and colors.
Highly recommended and fun to use!
Yesterday we went to a concert by Hatsune Miku, a quite famous Japanese singer; she’s on her first tour in Europe and it was her first concert in Germany. Luckily for us, she chose the LANXESS Arena in Cologne as the venue, which made it quite easy for us.
Hatsune came with a couple of her friends for support, Kaito, Meiko, Megurine Luka and the Kagamine twins.
Almost everybody in the arena had her signature Glowsticks, so the colors from stage spread throughout – very special.
The concert itself was great, wonderful song selection and a stellar stage show – I really hope she’ll come back to Cologne soon!
Needless to say that she made a very nice attempt to welcome us in German .