I’ve just published my rsync-bash script that I’m running on my Homserver for quite a while now. Continue reading columbia – enhanced rsync-script for multiple backups source/targets
After 6 1/2 years I decided to replace my good old early 2008-20″ iMac. But instead of buying a new one or switching over to a classic PC-workstation, I decided to build my own custom PowerMac G3 Blue&White Hackintosh with next level monster-hardware.
Continue reading New Workstation: PowerMac B&W G3 Hackintosh
Once again I had some time travelling by airplane (12 hours), time that I could use to try out some random thought I always wanted to test:
’ve done my own small world with only two rules:
- Every particle should move to its individual random destination
- If you touch each other, find a new destination.
That’s it. Continue reading Processing: Sketch Swarm
Exports iTunes-playlists to Youtube.
Small wizard developed for own use that
- loads iTunes library-xml
- let’s the user to choose a playlist
- searches for most recent corresponding songs on YouTube
- creates a private playlist of those songs with an logged in YouTube-account
Because of business reasons I spent a lot of time in airplanes in the last couple of months.
While flying from Manila to Dubai I found some time again to play around with Processing and the result was Sketch_Dots. Continue reading sketch_Dots
A couple of months my primary harddisk of my Homeserver crashed. As a result I lost the main system which was Windows Home Server. I didn’t want to set up everything again because I thought there will be the same case again – harddrives are born to die sooner or later. So I decided I to set up a more agile system that I can back up easy. A system that can boot up from an attached USB flash drive. So I switched over to Ubuntu Server. Continue reading Homeserver update: The ultimate backup-system
As you might recognized I did not post anything the last few weeks. That’s because I started a new job at Accenture Continue reading Hello Accenture
After about 10 months of thinking, planing and construction work, we made it to day X, where we finally get the chance to test and evaluate the prototype capabilities of our „Reaktor“.
Facing a lot of diffuculties to get every part in place & all circuits connected we want to launch our first mashing project tomorrow in the afternoon.
So what is the perspective?
We want you provide with some reasonable documentation & information about the brewing process with its corresponding problems supported by photography & text.
You’ll have the chance to get the latest news out of our ‘Kommandozentrale’ on how we’re progressing and doing. Due to its complexity and the shortage of time this mash has to be considered as a rather unstable condition with a large possibilty of error and epic fail.
When getting up in the morning it felt like our project is not even going to start due to missing conversion of force from our VW scirocco motor to the stirrer shaft (which basically didn’t have any paddles attached to it.), the non existence of a perforated metal plate for lautering and more severly the non arrival of our malt order from 5 weeks ago. Just some of the practical problems we had to face, I was also working to get the microcontroller and it’s interface set up.
But with the friendly help of Stefan from http://www.gaestehaus-melcher.at/index2.php?show=hausbrauerei, my father and Stefan II we managed to get everything back on track.
At the moment last preparations for tomorrow are being made to make our Yeasts (Saflager S-23) even more happy! Sterilisation of our two 500 mL Erlenmeyer flasks and subsequent inocculation is undertaken right now. Happy Mating my friends!