Soundtrack: Fabrizio Paterlini – “Viandanze” (off the Viandanze EP available via archive.org). Paterlini is great music to write code to, and it works out for playing with images, as well. The usual machine meditation approach, once again, in some way. An image I somehow got hold of. Little postprocessing. And quietness of a moment.
Soundtrack: rngmnn – “skogsrået”. Strange music for a somewhat peculiar image. Exploring machinery, once again, in these (urban) areas in which abandoned devices just akin to that still are present, waiting to be seen.
Soundtrack: The Inventors of Aircrafts – “The Tower”. An other sort of abandoned machinery.
Soundtrack: Tribe Of Astronauts – “Complex Silence”. Playing with abandoned industrial structures and technology at rest again.
I remember very well my first contacts with Java EE technologies during my studies: More than a decade earlier, Java EE still was branded “Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition”, out in its early 1.4 version, and dealing with it for the first time left me rather stunned, facing a plethora of technical acronyms, APIs and technological and architectural concepts. Back these days, I would surely have paid money to have a really good introductory textbook, unfortunately, there were few (none?) at this time. By now, this has considerably changed.
Soundtrack: various stuff by Rorcal (see rorcalmusic.tumblr.com/ and www.last.fm/music/Rorcal). I usually once in a while get back to doing pictures like this. By the way, just to point it out again: All the pics posted here are CC-BY-SA – licenced, and I keep versions larger than these posted here, just in case.