Monthly Archive for January, 2010

Morning in Winter Wonderland

A beautiful morning in Pfaffenberg. A few minutes before sunrise. It’ s some years ago that I have seen so much snow. 🙂

2010-01-30 Pfaffenberg

Snow, snow, snow

Ape and Vespa Veterans

I made the following photos from the Ape and Vespa veterans at the Rollerladen in Pfaffenberg. This company restores used Vespas and then sells them. They also sell new vehicles and scooter accessories. The photos were made by the mobile phone — not the best quality but nevertheless I think they express much “atmosphere”.

Apes Apes Vespas


Updated Linux pages today

On January 15, 2010 I checked LinuxBasis.org and Linux-drivers.org for broken links with Checkbot. After studying checkbot’s report today (Jan 18, 2010), I replaced/corrected the URLs that changed the target and removed all the remained dead links.

Nevertheless if you find a link that doesn’t work or leads to another content than specified please feel free to notify me by sending an email.

Thanks in advance,
Christian

Snow Biking

It was an excellent weather again this day. I just came back from "snow biking". It’s cold and the snow is really lightweight, pure powder. Is there a word like "powder biking" as "powder skiing"? Anyway it was much fun and I came home almost dry. I love my new dirtboard:

Dirtboard SKS X-Blade

Dirtboard SKS X-Blade. Photo made by the mobile.

Winter Romance

Today was a wonderful winter day. After some days with much clouds, fog and snowfall the sun came out a little bit. I made many photos. Here are six of them:

Winter Romance   Winter Romance   Winter Romance

Winter Romance   Winter Romance   Winter Romance

Storing User JavaScript files for Opera

Some days ago I installed Flashblock for Opera on my Debian Lenny system. There’s a User JavaScript version avalable (by A. Ruzanov): FlashBlock.js. Here’s a short description how to store User JavaScript files on GNU/Linux:

1. Create a directory for storing User JavaScript files, for instance ~/.opera/userjs.
2. In Opera go to Tools -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Content -> JavaScript Options. Add the location of your newly created script directory to “My JavaScript files“.
3. cp flashblocker.js ~/.opera/userjs/


Twenty Ten

Happy New Year 2010

The photo shows the winter landscape in Mallersdorf-Pfaffenberg (an idyllic municipality near Regensburg/Germany).