Archive for October, 2005


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I had my first BSR experience today. 8) For those of you, who don’t know BSR. Well, it’s the “Berliner Stadtreinigungs Betriebe”. Basically, the people that (are supposed to) keep Berlin clean and tidy.
So in anyway, there was a lot of rubbish outside in the backyard, and decided to get rid off it today. Or I was made to, chosen? Well… The lovely rainy weather supports you to actually get shit done fast, so we packed it all in a “Robbe” and went to the BSR at Grabestra

Streets in fall


Halbes Leben-Yarim Hayatlar

Nach Festivalteilnahmen in Mailand, Wien, Lissabon, Chicago, Montre

Berlin, 07:30

It’s hard to get up early in the morning, but a view like this pays off a little bit:



Dear world!

If you would like my country to take interest in the world (and the real problems) again, please postpone all decisions until we figured out our own mess. On behalf of Germany, I would like to ask for another three to eight weeks (no guanrantee!) time. Please cancel off all disasters, wars and other mischief for the time being. Or if time permits, we will get to this later.

Germany will soon be ready again to re-take it’s role in the EU and the world. Unfortunately, at the very moment, our politicians are busy realizing that they lost the elections or busy forming coalitions, cheating and giving themselves a raise (even though we are broke as hell).

We realize that we are all fools, thanks for understanding!

With best regards,

no role models

no role models

Spotted in Mitte.

The best fall ever

Berlin isn

Diesel Wall, part 1

Diesel, those guys with overpriced valueable jeans and other wearables have set up a wall in Berlins Oranienstrasse which the two winners of a design contest can, well, paint. the first winner, Peter Buechler, just finished his painting, which will be shown for 2 month from now on. After that the second winner, Adrian Nie

Blinkenlights back in town

Whoever missed it the last times: Blinkenlights, a CCC powered light installation at the “Haus des Lehrers” at Alexanderplatz ist back.

During the night, a constantly growing number of animations could be seen. But there was an interactive component as well: you were able to play the old arcade classic Pong on the building using your mobile phone and you could place your own loveletters on the screen as well.

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