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On Saturday we decided to go to the annual travel expo in Mannheim at the marketgrounds. It has really warmed up and by that I mean up to 12 degrees! Considering that two weeks ago it was -3 degrees, that is a big difference. All the snow is gone and you can walk around quite pleasantly, although it was pretty windy.
I know a lot more now, which I didn't know last year when ...
... Just don't get into the British English vs American English debate!
So the BGB has a pretty long history in Germany and dates back to when the German Empire was first united in the late 19th Century. There was a need create a unified base of rules and regulations for the new country. After numerous ...
... small size (pancake lens), faster apeture of f2.8 and better image quality.
Which brings us back to the new baby! Now I could go on about the technicals of different lenses like groups of glass elements, number of diaphram blades or closest focal distance, but when you go out and buy a car you don't look at the suspension travel length or whether the headlights have ...
... about two feet from the stage where multiple instruments were set up. Only about 10-15 people showed, and we of course sat in front so I could get some videos. Finally, at show time, a man in his maybe 50's comes out and introduced himself. He polls the crowd for nationalities, and ends up speaking in 3 languages for the rest of the show. He explained his instruments, many of which he created. See the pictures to understand, because I can't ...
... or an old box computer. This DDC system is a series of numbers corresponding to the particular subject. I used to love going into the 600s and looking for aeroplanes (629) or World War Two history. Every book would have a card in the back that you would need to get stamped with the date, when it was due. This has definitely been replaced these days with barcode scanners. The Uni Bib uses a year classification, so they ...