This is a quote from „The West Wing“ (Episode „College Kids„). President Bartlet says these words after an attack against a college sports team. I
remember these words everytime something like the attacks in Paris happen. They point us, I believe, in the right direction in moments when all we want to do is either hide from this world, or smash something (or someone) to calm our anger
Darüber hätte ich gerne gebloggt, bin aber nicht dazu gekommen:
Today I published two blogposts with my favorite Tweets of the last days. Unfortunately, I did not really understand how the „Twitter Collection“ feature works. So now I have accidently deleted all of my favorite Tweets. Next time, I know what to do, so stay tuned…
Heute hatte ich zwei Beiträge mit meinen Lieblingstweets veröffentlicht; leider habe ich erst danach verstanden, wie diese „Twitter Collection“-Feature wirklich funktioniert. Anyway, die Tweets sind weg – und ihr müsst Euch bis zum nächsten mal gedulden.
I grew up on Windows. I never questioned it. It was just THERE. I am not a technical person, and I don’t really care about what operating system is driving my computer. Or so I thought.
But: I don’t like the idea of being vulnerable. I like the idea of being in control, even if I never use this control.
It is much easier to hand over control voluntarily, than to never having any control to give up.
Eisenacher Str. 2 (27. July 2009)
Tempelhofer Ufer 23/24 (29. January 2015)
Today is my last day at the office of Wikimedia Deutschland. For 2012 days, I had the great opportunity and the tremendous pleasure to work for one of the greatest causes I can think of: Free knowledge for everybody. What Wikimedia does is nothing short of changing the world, one edit at a time.
This is a revolution.