Author Archive for M. Borowski

09
Jul
09

a tornado and his toy train

Well, for those of you who instinctively and validly asume that big, heavy trains are nothing to mess with, I can assure you, that is still the case. But actually there are forces mother nature has ready, wich are perfectly capable of playing with these trains like little plastic toys. In the following vid you’ll see a mighty american cargo train moving along somewhere in the middle of nowhere of Illinois, if I remember correctly, as suddenly within seconds the sky is getting grey and foggy, the surveillance cam gets pretty wet, trees are bending in the background and things get slightly out of control…

Is this tornado bitching out or what! – and that propane-waggon coming closer and closer afterwards is pretty intimidating! 😀

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05
Jul
09

human creativity 2.0

Ok, before this blog goes off to blogheaven or -hell, I’d like to bring you some cool stuff I found this morning over at crunchgear. A japanese band called ‘Sour’ – never heard of them before; actually I think I don’t know even one japanese band at all 😦 – has made a musicvideo entirely cut together of an orchastrated sequence of fan-webcam-action – pretty amazing stuff. It must have been a hell of job to edit this piece of art – but watch for your self…

On top of that, I found another interestig musical endevour in the comments section of the aforementioned crunchgear post. As I’m not a music expert, I can’t explain the stunt and so I won’t even try to bug you with unknowingness. Just enjoy it here.

05
Jul
09

Can I…

…declare this blog officially deceased? – or is the patient still breathing? doctor?  your opinion?

07
May
09

HSV-FREE ZONE (general b.o.)

From now on till the end of the season I decalre this a HSV-free zone. If  ANYONE tries to post anything only remotely related to the HSV or Pussy Bremen, I will rip it apart in tiny little pieces and haunt the author right into his already shitty dreams – I hope I made my point clear. Trust me, you don’t wanna mess with me at this point, as long as you’r not up for an ugly dance with me.

05
May
09

mobile computing on steroids

this morning I bring you something completely off topic, but as I assume that you wouldn’t read this article if you weren’t at least a bit of a mobile computing aficionado, I do it anyway. remember always complaining about start-up times with your xp- or vista-machine and always craving for a new faster one – forget about all that shit! now u can put your 3-4 years old notebook on steroids, speeding things up in no time. a very nasty bottle neck of computing are the read/write speeds of your harddrive. your superfast dual core heart can only go as  fast as your harddrive supplies it with data, to cut it short – every one knew that before 😉   it has been an open secret that you can improve speeds by changing from a ordinary HDD to a quality SSD, but up till now manufacturers of SSDs have focused on the transfer speeds of big files data blocks (out of marketing reasons? like mega-pixel-race?) neglecting the ones for really small blocks – but that’s were the speed hides as it seems. now RUNCORE a manufacturer of SSDs has made official a super fast SSD tackling that problem with mind blowing results. jkk of jkkmobile shows us the astonishing difference this makes. remember he tests the new SSD on a really slow netbook with a creeping atom heart and an even worse chipset with actually almost no graphic power in comparison to ordinary notebooks. To put the results into a punch line in the spirit of this blog: in comparison to the SSD shown in the vid after the break, all the other HDDs and SSDs are totally p.o.ing 😀   Lean back and enjoy the show….

I think it’s time to remove the dust from your old laptop, decaying somewhere in the basement 😀

03
May
09

BREAKING NEWS!!! media flu kills journalistic reason and responsibility

we have several reports from serious sources, that a machiavelistic virus, a.k.a. media flu  is spreading around the allready decaying body of journalists arround the planet, killing their usually naturaly given reason and responsibility within their profession – or waht’s barely left of it. important issues of this  planet seem to be in the hands of journalistic zombies from now on and no reliable remedy is at hand right now to put a hold to it. a handfull of experts in the blogosphere are working their asses of to find an effective medication to stop that viral madness but right now the only thing the attentive citizen can do, is to protect him self the best he can from jouranlistic contributions from these zombies by staying away from main media publications until a solution is found by our best and finest. there are reports that a handfull of these zombies were cought and put in to quarantine to cure them with some newley developed remedies – the effects seem promising – but we also allready had some casualties so please be aware and stay away of journalistic concoction that shows symptoms of ‘lack of knowledge’ and ‘applied reason’ to prevent continued spreading.

…oh, and the swine flu. yeah right! I think this graph shows it all.

01
May
09

I like to move it, move it!

Yesterday I’ve been doing some light browsing through the endless spaces of the digital millenium, and guess what I found? Check this fellas:

I desperately need one of those! Aren’t they adorable little creatures? They are called loris and are somekind of really slow moving primates found in madagascar central africa and some places else on this planet. The little fella with the big staring eyes in the animated movie Madagascar was one of those I suppose 😀

Update:

Apparently the fella in the previous vid isn’t actually a ‘fella’ since  she’s a lady called Sonya and after the break u’ll see some crazy feeding action with her. Damn it, if these little creatures weren’t endangered and on the UN watchlist I would definitely try to get one. 🙂 Enjoy…




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