Mon Aug 28 21:01:58 CEST 2006

Dating portal

Yesterday I searched at least two dating portals for some nice girls in the near of my town. It is very interesting what people you find there. Most of the girls hate reading a book, but have got a lot of fun with shopping and hang out with their friends. Also many of them do some sports in their freetime, and, of course go to parties.

I thought the mass will meet each other on parties or (in general) in real life. Why do they need dating portals? Some of the girls really look sweet and sexy, but I don't think that a geek could make them happy...

I searched (I know, you shouldn't search) for a girl which understand my ideology and which has got a good knowledge, no matter if she doesn't look like the mainstream.

But there exists also dating portals for geeks. The people (girls? *g*) you find there aren't in your area in the worse case....

Everything isn't as easy as possible, but hey, life's still going on. So give your best and keep trying!

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Tue Aug 22 18:35:15 CEST 2006


Let me think about this thing called love. I don't know why I believe that I can give you some hints about this topic but I don't care (this time).

If you like a girl (much) and you don't know how she feels, and you think about her and the time with her all the day and you don't get any answer then maybe you plan to meet her (in the real world) or to write here (in the virtual world).

You write her how you feel and how much do you like her and in the end you write three letters - ILD (ich liebe dich, German) or ILU (I love u, English). Maybe she feels the same and everything gets very well.

But if she doesn't feel the same, you lose almost everything - your imagination (that she could be more than a friend for you), your happiness to be with her (because now you know what she really feels) and almost everything else (because everything will get more difficult and more 'what-can-I-do-to-make-her-love-me').

Last time with this special girl (what I described several times here) I promise myself that I will not write to her ILD||ILU. But then I was in such a situation where I felt everything for her and so wrote this three letters. She was/is cool enough to go on as usual and we were/are still very good friend, my luck, I don't want to lose her.

But I would like to give you the general hint: Do not write (in virtual reality at least) ILD||ILU, because if you don't write it you can be happy with the girl, make jokes and have fun. But if you ever wrote this, things will never be the same again, everything changed then. In the worst case you lose her as a very good friend.

So I will never write ILD||ILU if I am not 100% convinced that the girl feels the same and everything will be fine. ...

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Mon Aug 21 00:05:37 CEST 2006

10 things I hate

Do you know this? You have got a conversation with somebody and then he/she does things which you really dislike? I would like to have a try to list some of them (things I dislike). :-)

This list is not sorted by importance.

  1. Useless questions
    Are you still there? - Why are you typing so slowly?
  2. Meta discussions or meta questions
    May I ask you something? - Are you (still) there?
  3. Senseless statements
    I think we should legalize drugs.
  4. Contextless statements
    'The sky is blue.' - 'Why?'
  5. If someone steals my time with things like 1.-4.
  6. If somebody leaves a channel/query without saying 'Good bye!' or something like that
  7. Ironic statements which aren't marked as irony (missing <irony>-tags)
  8. Hyperboles and aggressive speeches
  9. Really bad spelling and/or grammar
  10. Monologues

If you ever have got a conversation/discussion with me, please don't think that I don't have any kind of humor. ;-) The sky isn't only blue and I am tolerant enough to everybody and everything.

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Fri Aug 18 22:35:46 CEST 2006


It's an (un)usual friday evening (^Wnight) today. I sit here, watch at my ICQ contact list and wonder where all the people are, then I remember that it's weekend.

Furthermore I have a look at the website of our local disco, but notice shortly that there isn't anything interesting for me.
I check out the website of my town, the list of events, but there is anything that touches me, too.

So I do my regular walk through the net and searches for some new information. Then is the Wikipedia down - so I cannot figure out currently what "reductio ad absurdum" exactly means. Lovely night.

So I hang a little bit around, read some people, some IRC channels, ... and then go sleeping shortly. Oh my god, I feel the lonliness inside. :-/

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Fri Jul 21 22:16:40 CEST 2006

Evening in RL

One evening in real life...
I saw yesterday an interesting event entry on about live music in one of our streets.

Just because I need some fresh air I went out to the event. It was a lovely evening with some people out there. Nevertheless, the street(s) was almost empty and there was no live music there. Great feeling.

Enough real life for the next week(s). ;-)
Good night everybody!

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Mon Jul 10 22:12:57 CEST 2006

Useless tests

Hello... this day I've done some of the tests of

  • I am about 17% teenie
  • I am about 30% an 'agent'
  • I am about 52% a revolution guy
  • I will die on 13.12.2055 - I will be 70 years old
  • I am about 83% a good human
  • I am about 75% virginal
  • My itellectual age is 31
  • I am about 26% a freak

Just another useless tests... good night.

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Mon Jun 5 21:06:08 CEST 2006

DSL Timeout

I was not available yesterday and some hours today, because my DSL modem lost its DSL signal. It is a Teledat 431 LAN.

While being offline I thought that I can have a try to scan my modem for open ports. I had a look at the handbook and figured out the IP address of it ( So I scanned my modem with nmap for open TCP and UDP ports. I found only one open FTP (21) port - no telnet - strange.

While beeing back online (because of some miracles), I googled along and found out that there is really an open telnet port. And the only reason why I didn't saw it was that it runs on port 64113 (a private port).

Then you can have a try to connect to your modem via telnet on this port and the password ti3rdd. After it you are able to access the firmware of the modem directly and are able to query it for some information...

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Fri May 26 22:16:31 CEST 2006

Club Mate

My Club Mate package was arrived today. Club Mate is a caffeine drink based on mate. It's better than everything you've tried before - so give Club Mate a chance.

Currently I am sitting down and think about my life while drinking this special stuff. I think it even could be worse. ;-)

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Fri May 26 18:34:40 CEST 2006

Why RL hurts

It's just an entry about my current feelings and thoughts. I would like to meet this special girl today to search something eatable or something like that...
But it ends in one big mess. Everything began that yesterday she called me just before our date and said that she wanted to go with an other girl somewhere - 'Hey, no problem', I thought. She said that we could meet us today.

We discussed today when we will meet each other and then she asked me if her friend could go with us to the restaurant, too. Generally no problem for me, but if I should driver... and if I wanted to meet a girl, ... I was intollerant enough to said 'no'.

I said to the girl that I am not in mood and wished her a wonderfull afternoon with her friend. But now I feel very bad and thought of something that I could have done in just another way.

My only mistake was still that I liked her too much. But I know that I'll ran into nowhere with my feelings. It'll get too complicated - for a while, there weren't any problems to meet us and have a great night - but now...

Sometimes I think I don't know this girl. But that's real life - and it hurts!

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Wed Apr 26 00:06:57 CEST 2006


Hello. Maybe I should blog about it, maybe not... I don't know. This entry is about a relationship between me and a really cool girl.

But I cannot figure out what is right or what is wrong. Everything began that somebody I didn't know before (or at least, I didn't know her very well) tried to connect me via mobile phone - and this serveral times... some days later I send her a SMS. I got then an answer of her and the game began...

I didn't know who she was so I asked her several questions, we "fooled" a little bit around some days and tried to get more information about each other - then I figured out that she worked at the same place where I've done my social work. I knew her, but only her styling, her body, ... not her character.

After this, we continued writing mails and SMS and so on... we become really good friends. But I always asked myself if there isn't something more than a friendship maybe.
We went out to meet eatch other for a very nice (romantic) dinner, to drink something together; we also went together into the cinema to watch Scarry Movie 4 and something more...

Everybody else out there could thought that we felt in love, but the only answer I got from her of the question if there exist more than only a friendship was: "We will see - the time will show us the way" (or something like that)...

I like her very (very) much, but I don't want to lose her as a friend. You see? It's always not so easy... But what could I do? I don't want to lose her. :-/ ...

Have a nice night and make things better than I - or at least, have a try. :-)

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Sun Apr 23 12:14:55 CEST 2006

Back @home

Hello everybody out there reading the blog. I was not available the last days, because of a trip to austria. But now I am back at home, and ready to relax the few days of my holidays. I took some pictures of my trip to austria and you can have a look at them and maybe you enjoy them, too. :-)

Nevertheless, today I think don't blog to much, because I go out later on and meet a very nice girl... so don't wait too long for a new interesting blog entry. ;-)
But maybe I can tell you later, how I liked Scary Movie...

Have nice day anyway... I will.
See u l8er.

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Sun Apr 16 22:39:02 CEST 2006


Please notice that I will be not available since 2006-04-17 until 2006-04-22.
If you have any problems with our services on Nanofortnight - please contact one of the users on Forkbomb. Thank you.

I will travel to Austria with my family to relax a little bit of the last few months (civil_service--). So have all a great next week and see you back soon! 8-)

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Tue Mar 14 20:58:51 CET 2006

VirtualLife - a place where everybody can play?

Hello everybody out there. Today somebody said to me a really annoying statement. It was something like:

'Hey man, I know why you talk to this girl only in the virtual world. 
It's so much easier there and you can say almost everything to her;
even things that you cannot say in the real world.'

That's something I really dislike. I think about the virtual world in the same way I think about the real world. Everything I say to somebody in the virtual world, I also could say to him/her in the real world, too. But of course, sometimes the things in virtual life are more agressive, more lovely or too much in general. But the main idea of a sentence is (almost) the same in virtual and in real life.

So I don't make any differences there and I don't like if somebody tells me that there are differences, because it is wrong...

You cannot hide your personality in virtual life. Be yourself.

Update (two hours later): Sometimes I think I shouldn't post those rubish on my (serious) blog again. It's very personal, and it depends too much on my thoughts in this special moment. So please don't care of everything...

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Tue Mar 14 01:03:25 CET 2006

Hacker Ethics and the Society

I searched this night for the Hacker Ethics published by the Chaos Computer Club and found this list:

  • Access to computers - and anything which might teach you something about the way the world really works - should be unlimited and total. Always yield to the Hands-On Imperative!
  • All information should be free
  • Mistrust authority - promote decentralization.
  • Hackers should be judged by their acting, not bogus criteria such as degrees, age, race, or position.
  • You can create art and beauty on a computer.
  • Computers can change your life for the better.
  • Don't litter other people's data.
  • Make public data available, protect private data.

The list can also be found at the CCC site about the Hacker Ethics.

The most important point (of course all points are important) for me is that you shouldn't judge about a human being because of his/her degrees, age, race, or position.
You should always be tollerant enough to accept other people and their opinions and not flame them if they don't think the same way you do.
And another point for me is that every life is it worth to be protected. So help each other and don't think of you like you are the center of our universe.

If somebody will think about this sentenses I will be glade.
And thanks to Melanie, who inspired me to write this blog entry. :-)

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Tue Mar 7 23:11:41 CET 2006

User motivation

Hello everybody.

Today I listened to the podcast show 100 of and then to the current podcast show.

After it I added a nice panorama of Wellington (New Zeland) on my gallery.

And then I searched the Linux Information Day 2005 (Dresden) website about the presentation of Meike Reichle about User motivation or why the BOFH isn't (almost) funny.
Great presentation for every sysadmin who would like to understand his/her users and think about Meike's speech.
It's a pitty that I was unable to listen to it on the Chemnitzer Linux Days 2006, because of the Key Signing Party. :-/

But nevertheless... good night to you.

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