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Freeletics – A high intensity training to go

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A healthy mind needs a healthy body – due to the fact that we’re often like a fox on the run we’re not able to go to the gym to make sure we have a healthy body. Thankfully there is Freeletics – A high intensity training to go.

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Intelligentsia Coffee App

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If you might know I’m into coffee. I like the taste of warm coffee in the morning and my day starts best with the smell of freshly ground coffee. At the moment I’m using an old Zassenhaus coffee grinder and alternate an aeropress, a pourover, aka v60, and a bialetti. Within the next three weeks I fortunately will also call a chemex my own.
Perhaps you would call me a nerd but I think that if you like something you should invest time in your passion. Although I also drink coffee to be awake I like the aura and peace of mind that comes up when I weigh and grind coffee beans or make coffee in general.

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My first 20,24 km run

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running with runtastic

After a long gym season I came back to the streets about three weeks ago. I like sports, especially when I’m able to do them outdoor wherefore I was looking at that moment. When I’m at the gym I’m not able to motivate myself for going on a treadmill for more than five minutes whereby I got less term. On monday I did my first ten kilometre run for this year which was ok within about 47 minutes.

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The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore – iPad App

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A few days ago I found “The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore” an iPad App by Moonbot Studios. The App is a lovely designed interactive book by William Joyce who has also worked on Toy Story and A Bug´s life.

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Technology meets Talent 2011 Darmstadt

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Am 27. Juni fand unter dem Motto „Mobilize your ideas“ die Unkonferrenz Technology meets Talent statt. Die Deutsche Telekom AG hatte hierfür ungefähr 150 Studenten sowie knapp 60 Experten aus den Bereichen Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft nach Darmstadt geladen.

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