My friend Jonas and I are now making a German-speaking podcast named “Das System ist das Problem”.
I recently turned in my bachelor thesis. I don’t have the results yet, but still, that’s a lot of pressure gone now. I hope that I’ll be able to use the free time until my first master semester starts to get some of my personal projects done.
A simple solution for routing specific docker containers through a WireGuard VPN using only two simple systemd-networkd files, no cumbersome
Hungary is now the EU’s first dictatorship. And the EU is doing – nothing.
Just a small update on speed limits on expressways: While in Germany a general speed limit of 130 km/h has been rejected in parliament4, the Netherlands now have passed a law setting a general speed limit of 100 km/h during the day to combat too high nitrogen oxide emissions.5 (note that that’s no climate gas, but harmful for people, animals and plants). The prime minister called it a “rotten measure” but necessary.
In Germany the discussion about an introduction of a general speed limit on freeways has rekindled. Again. Should it be introduced or not?
Over the weekend I went on a trip to Frankfurt am Main. For the first time in a while, I took some time to take some photos with my camera and some turned out quite well.
Electrical kick scooters are conquering cities around the globe. They are fun, practical and environmentally friendly – allegedly, that is.
It took quite some time and tinkering, but now the first version of my new blog is ready. It’s far from finished at this point, but it works well enough. I’m looking forward to writing down my thoughts about politics, science and more here. We’ll see whether I’ll be able to keep up regular posts.
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