listen to me …

hi all,
so now I get my audio cast started this is the first entry of some series. This is not a podcast of recordings of my voice, this is music :-).

The first song was done in december 2006. Recorded at home with one of my kalimbas and is quite chillin one. Enjoy!


In the future you can find find some stuff at the …listen to me page.

gaming in the london bus …

Oy is a system of between-stop informal gaming by Andy Huntington (Andy has a list of very interesting projects on his website at

The OY Project!
Participants send in text messages in the bus and have to answer question like in which sequence will we see some places on the bus route. The game also use GPS data of the bus. Nice idea. I like the approach in the sense of combination of different channels. Using SMS senders for information in and public displays for information out.

lift conference in Geneva

on the lift website you can find some very interesting presentations. just watch it!

——from the website
LIFT is a yearly gathering of talented observers, explorers, and builders who discuss the current challenges and creative solutions presented by emerging technologies. LIFT is three days to face cutting edge business models, bold predictions, radical thinking, and get new ideas to inject into your own part of the planet.

Mobile Social Software Applications

There is a nice list of mobile social software applications maintained by Timo Arnall at .

Also Nicolas Nova maintains a nice blog pasta and vinegar where he reports some recent works about context aware and location aware applications.

Jalf und Rochen auf Besuch

Hallo Leute,

endlich Besuch aus meiner Heimat. Jalf und Rochen kamen auf ihrer Europatournee kurzfristig nach ihrem Auftritt in der Kölnarena bei mir auf einen Apertif vorbei bevor sie danach noch in Düsseldorf eine Damenboutique eröffnten (mit dem Segen Benedikts XVI). Die Homepage der beiden Comedians aus dem Westallgäu findet ihr unter

Orginalton Ralf Felle: “Oben unbedingt auf Jalf und Rochen drücken”, Kommentar Rochen: “Schorle geht auch.”