Archive for the 'Media Inspiration' Category

Pecha Kucha in Tokyo

Saturday, September 15th, 2007

I had to come to Tokyo in order to experience the first Pecha Kucha Night of my life. After I somehow never managed to go to a Pecha Kucha Night in Berlin this was a really nice coincidence and I am thinking about doing a Pecha Kucha speech or presentation myself someday…? Maybe… Anyway, anyone […]

Streetart – Rabbits on the way

Wednesday, February 28th, 2007

Driving my bike to Wedding I always pass by some inlay rabbits. It’s an art project I like because it’s subtle in a way. Karla Sachse created this “Kaninchenfeld” (field of rabbits) in 1999 to remind of the border crossing “Chausseestrasse”. The rabbits symbolise the peaceful inhabitants here and there of the “Todesstreifen” (strip of […]

MySpace…

Tuesday, February 27th, 2007

Okay, I finally had to do it and created my own profile on MySpace: www.myspace.com/juliation. Well, I guess this is just another way of “part of a public community” as this blog here is, too. But I’ll see if it will evolve some new experiences on the web…?

A very special anti-theft device

Sunday, November 26th, 2006

The gardeners of Berlin ‘Tiergarten’ seem to be very progressive. They have installed anti-theft devices for certain plants, as a sign indicates saying “secured against theft” (in German: “Gegen Diebstahl gesichert”). Next time I’ll drive by there, I might be tempted to check out how this device actually works!? So far I could not find […]

The Table of Free Voices

Saturday, September 9th, 2006

dropping knowledge today finally realised what they had been working on for many years: The Table of Free Voices took place in Berlin on the Bebelplatz – quite a symbolic gesture as on this place ten thousands of books were burned by the Nazis. In February 2004 when I first heard about the idea of […]

Dirt is good!?

Monday, July 10th, 2006

Somehow this slogan “dirt is good” had come across several times before I actually captured it on my mobilephone when I saw it in on a Persil package for washingpowder in a supermarket in Wellington/NZ. And today I finally bought such a Persil package – in fact only because I thought it was worth a […]

All over…

Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

What a sad day! After watching the half final match between Germany and Italy I really did not know what to do with myself… I am actually glad not to be in Germany right now… must be pretty sad there… at least that is what THE DOMINION POST in Wellington, New Zealand is telling about: […]

Positive action: Proceeding with WANDERLUST toward the FIFA World Cup 2006

Tuesday, May 9th, 2006

Nils (who I actually owe a lot…) and Stefa (whom I did not know before last Saturday) have been struck by WANDERLUST. They proceed from Berlin to Munich by feet to make their dream come true: be part of the official opening ceremony of the FIFA Worldcup 2006! I keep my fingers crossed and send […]

Completely insane: WEB.DE

Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

A few days ago I was curious what my WEB.DE account was doing. When I locked in I found the following: Although I had not payed for my WEB.DE membership, they granted me an extension of it!? But what is actually the benefit of this WEB.DE membership if my WEB.DE account was blocked and disabled!? […]

Flim-flam tags

Monday, January 30th, 2006

Lately some seemingly farfetched labels catched my eye. If you check the incredients list of the shampoo “Mit Seide” (with silk) there is actually “hydrolized silk” in it. On the other hand I am sceptical if this shampoo really is capable of recognising my hair structure (“erkennt die Haarstruktur)!? Another funny shampoo is the one […]