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Fragments for 2009-01-31

  • OK, it’s official: this day starts with Garbarek and In Praise of Dreams. Ah, and coffee of course. #
  • Not sure why, but I find myself increasingly listening to the Waldstein Sonata these days. #
  • Doing some extraordinarily deep thinking on what costume to wear to this evening’s Fastnacht Sitzung. #Mainz #BigQuestions #

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Fragments for 2009-01-30

  • Letting the evening wind down with “Kelly’s Heroes”, one of the greates feel good movies of all time. #
  • Now, for the first time since November, reading #Anathem by Neal Stephenson. #

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Fragments for 2009-01-29

  • Back to Beethoven, back to re-writing: 3 pages on how politicians learn. #
  • Not able to connect to his Twitter-Account on his computer anymore. Meanwhile using Facebook as a Twitter-Interface. #
  • Listening to a 2006 lecture by Scott Atran. This is how social science should be done! #

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Fragments for 2009-01-28

  • @Pillendreher Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung 🙂 Viel Erfolg! #
  • Listening to Beethoven’s Waldstein Sonata and working on my 1st abstract for the year. #

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Fragments for 2009-01-27

  • RT @webcamp09: Sind mit @alexander_kurz @a_jungherr und einem weiteren webcamper bei @pc09 im Mai dabei! #

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Elektrischer Reporter reporting on Political Activism and the Net

The German TV-program Elektrischer Reporter just published an episode about online activism. At the end of the program, after comments by among others Richard Rogers and Patrick Meier, you will find a sound bite by yours truly on political activism on the net:

Digitaler Aktivismus: aus dem Netz auf die Straße

Fragments for 2009-01-23

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Fragments for 2009-01-22

  • @patrickmeier Congratulations! Doha sounds like fun 🙂 #
  • @malte_politicus Manchmal bricht der schnöde Alltag eben doch das Primat der Politik 🙂 #
  • @Oliverheil Na dann bis gleich im Lomo. #

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Fragments for 2009-01-21

  • Finally: The research proposal is re-structured and in English. I’ll take another pass at it tomorrow. Then it’s time for a language check. #
  • @frederics Good luck 🙂 Can’t wait to see the results. Meanwhile this might make for good reading: http://tinyurl.com/a954tv #
  • If this is not cool, I don’t know what is: Virtual Alabama http://tinyurl.com/73d7n3 via @timoreilly #
  • Happy, that his research proposal is slowly approaching an acceptable stage. #
  • Once again, writing about the possible uses of Twitter for political activists. #

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Fragments for 2009-01-20

  • Re-writing a paper pretty much from scratch while listening to piano sonatas by beethoven. #
  • Back to Beethoven, back to re-writing. Introducing coffee to the mix. #
  • @pascal Better luck this time 🙂 #

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