Mails are often compared to postcards – by default they are not encrypted at all.
Die Wahlen in den U.S.A. haben gezeigt, wie schnell Fremdenfeindlichkeit und Rechtspopulismus in eine Regierung einziehen können. Aber auch auf der anderen Seite zeigt sich Bewegung. Die Menschen fangen an sich Gedanken zu machen, was sie tun können um gegen Rechtspopulismus vorzugehen. Trump ist eine Chance, in Deutschland nicht das Gleiche passieren zu lassen. Es … Continue reading Was tun gegen die AfD? Raus aus der Bubble!
The people who profit off this system are scared of fearlessness, so they try to bully the fearless into submission.
He sings that song for us. He looks at me. I look at my hands. I look at the ground. I look at his eyes. His eyes are blue and he doesn't blink and the side of his head is shaved and his ears are pierced.
The realities of a confusing, post-modern world are contributing to people's depression and helplessness.
This unhealthy looking candy of YA has spinach filling.
(Reposting from 2014) Crazy is the only appropriate word to describe NaNoWriMo, an online challenge that takes place every year in November. Although NaNoWriMo originated in the USA and stands for National Novel Writing Month, it has long become international, causing writers all over the world to abandon their social lives and household duties. Until 1 … Continue reading Writing a novel in a month? Crazy, but possible
Since my decision to move forward with my education on my own, university seems dead-set on putting my resolve to the test. Now, each lecture or seminar I’m sitting in has me constantly evaluating whether its worth my time. Am I getting anything out of this? Could my time be better spent? Could I do … Continue reading The Freiburg Diaries #1 (Liberated Studies)
Here you are, looking on the stone steps leading to a large and imposing building, your hair a little windswept from the autumn breeze. Fresh out of school, maybe with a few trips to exotically sounding places under your belt. This is supposed to be your next adventure: University. You’re thinking of musty-smelling libraries, the … Continue reading The Student Liberation Handbook
Wasn't that illegal? Well, yeah. It was. But not illegitimate.