Burtstag 1998

EatDrinkManWomanMore

Eat

Pizza, courtesy of Dune, Charly + PeterBananenkuchen, genial gebaut von Andi + Petra

Drink

Pina Colada, gemixt von CharlyWhite Russian, gemixt von Mark

Man

Andi Gruber Andi Uhl Charles - der Mixer Chris Dune Hias
Mark Mike Otmar Peter

Woman

Anita Brigitte, das Geburtstagskind Brigitte (die Falsche :-) Geli und Stiegel Gerlinde Jutta Karin Katrin Martina, auch bekannt als D'Schwester Petra Ulli

Otmar

… zeigte seine übliche Wirkung auf Frauen 😉

Andi

Wusste nicht obs ihm gefällt

heiter bis leicht bewölkt

Später

… wurde es dann sehr spät

Andreas Gruber und der Strohhut

Die letzten Gäste

Erst am nächsten Tag

hat Charly die korrekte Lösung für das „Apollo“ – Rätsel gefunden

der Denker korrekte Lösung

PowerUp Übergabe

Am Ende des Projekts ‚PowerUp‘ stand die feierliche Übergabe der entwickelten Trainings-Unterlagen.

Anna, BJelli, Jutta

Wir hatten ja sehr viel Spaß – beim ausdrinken der Reste 😉!

Judith Carina
Ingrid Roswitha
Edith Ulli
Franziska

Die Besucherinnen

Christiana

Die Chefin und der Sekt 🙂

The Key to Time

doctor who logo(Dr. Who is a british sci-fi series. See the newsgroup rec.arts.drwho and the official BBC site) I discovered the Doctor in the Summer of ’94, and have now seen every episode from ‚Pirate Planet‘ to ‚Survival‘.

The ‚Key to Time‘ fascinated me – not so much the episodes but the Key itself. (See tardis.wikia for more information on the Key) Although Romana says that the Key is ‚hardly complex enough to be called a puzzle‘, I personaly think it makes quite a hard puzzle.

I spent a day in front of the VRC, looking very hard at the few minutes where you can actually see the key, and began working: I used a potato model of each segment first, then made a drawing, then an exact construction and at last a paper model.

The result was very encouraging – it took me some time to solve the puzzle. So I decided to share it with the people on the Net (that’s you !). It took me an evening to learn enough Postscript, and another day to write it, but here it is at last:

You can print it with Adobes Acroreader and similar programs. Its formated for A4. Now all you need is scissors and glue. To make the easy version of the puzzle, use the side with the print on it as the outside. It’s harder to solve if you build it with the printed side inside.

Share and enjoy !

page created (before) august 1994, no major improvements since then 😉

the beginning

And then, as she watched, and listened, and perceived,
the web began to fill itself with information
— ‚Transition‚ by Vonda McIntyre

Als ich dieses Zitat ca. 1993 las, hatte ich gerade meine ersten Webseiten geschrieben.