Friday (i// or //) is the day between Thursday and Saturday. In countries adopting Monday-first conventions as recommended by the international standard ISO 8601, it is the fifth day of the week. It is the sixth day in countries that adopt a Sunday-first convention, as in the Abrahamic tradition. In other countries (see workweek and weekend), Friday is the first day of the weekend, with Saturday the second. In Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan and Iran, Friday is the last day of the weekend, with Saturday as the first day of the working week. Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Kuwait also followed this convention until they changed to a Friday–Saturday weekend, on 1 September 2006 in Bahrain and UAE, and a year later in Kuwait. In Iran, Friday is the only weekend day. --> as wikipedia says
Freitag, 28. Februar 2014
Sonntag, 23. Februar 2014
Felix Vorreiter shows the current time with the help of more than one kilometer of cord and an arduino
Samstag, 22. Februar 2014
Freitag, 21. Februar 2014
Donnerstag, 20. Februar 2014
Unfortunately it is not possible to have a look inside as it is here: http://goo.gl/dJA8SN
Mittwoch, 19. Februar 2014
Sonntag, 16. Februar 2014
Dienstag, 11. Februar 2014
So why the fuck did they name it after Saint Martin?
He is the patron saint of beggars (because of his sharing his cloak), wool-weavers and tailors (also because of his cloak), soldiers (or some emphasise infantrymen, although how either is reconciled with his having become a conscientious objector is unexplained), geese (some say because they gave his hiding place away when he tried to avoid being chosen as bishop, others because their migration coincides with his feast), vintners and innkeepers (because his feast falls just after the late grape harvest), and France.
Sonntag, 9. Februar 2014
The snowman arrived by mail: instant snow, add some water and built your snowman. The only thing we didn't realise within our first try was that he was a she ...
Sonntag, 2. Februar 2014
Built in 1972 Frankfurts AfE-Tower fell down the 2. of Febuary - leaving 50.000 tons of rubble. If you ever get the chance to watch something like this yourself, you really should take it.