For all of you interested in an Update on the Large Hadron Collider, the current Director General of CERN Prof. Dr. Rolf-Dieter Heuer will give a talk at Urania Berlin on Monday, April 26th at 19h00.
9 a.m. and I just returned from an amazing F-Com session with Mr. Laurent Garnier. After it was first scheduled at Berghain, the tickets were sold for WMF (which was closed recently), it finally took place at Watergate. At 12 a.m. on a Thursday!? Anyway, it was certainly worth it … man my legs hurt!
… this was quite an exhausting weekend!
It started out with a long working day on Friday. Which ended with a good-bye party of a friend of mine (enjoy CERN Clemens). It kept us busy until 4:30 am with nice chatting and some body movin’. After that we decided not to be tired yet and went to the Berghain. Where we stayed until we could just walk over to the supermarket that just opened (8 am). After some shopping and a little breakfast we finally had a few hours of sleep … The rest of the days pretty calm, as you can imagine. And on Sunday we had family business to take care of … mostly eating food, food and food. ;)
Yesterday we’ve been to the vernissage fo the “Wildlife Photographer of the Year” exhibition in the Museum für Naturkunde (Museum for Natural History) in Berlin. Until January 24th 2010 the musuem will host the best of about forty thousand shots send in to the content organised by the London Museum for Natural History and the BBC Wildlife Magazine.
It’s worth a visit and almost costs nothing … and you can see the rest of this very nice musuem as well …
This weekend we decided to go a bit more green … we changed our electricity provider.
After some research (actually carried out by a friend of us), some thinking and some calculations we decided to invest a little extra in green energy.
And the provider of choice is … naturstrom.de!
Which apparently is as green as it gets in Germany.
In case you live in Germany an feel like changing as well … we can hook you up ;)