The amazing Movie Countdown

Sometimes, actually quite often, you find stuff on youtube that just steals away from your time.

And then, sometimes, you find a movie clip that has something amazing about it... Like THIS one: Living proof that movie buffs with WAY too much time on their hands can be creative like hell:

Vote for "Trance"

Brielmusik News: I joined a little contest on myspace - if you like go over there and vote for your favourite track - preferably mine, of course. ;)

Ok, the link leads directly to the tune now, you only got to rate it. (Oh, and you need to have a myspace account to do so).

Writers beware: The 20 worst agents list

I learned about this list from Neil Gaiman's page (remember - he's my second favourite author in the world - hope he isn't offended for not making No.1) and decided to post about it in my blog for several reasons:

Ok, I know I'm not a writer, only a wee little blogger but things like the list posted below defenitely are important for new authors looking for a publisher/agent for their work. Because - as in every other business - there's scammers out there that like to take advantage of newcomers who don't know about how the business works. So even though I'm not a novelist myself (and never plan to be one) and this ain't a literature webpage/blog I'll link to the list anyways, because the more people learn about it the bigger the chance that an upcoming author learns of it and avoids getting into contact with those scammers in the first place.

Kraftwerk: The *bleep*

This one just to show you that even the grandfathers of electropop had only *bleep* on their mind:

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And I'm back!

Offline for a while

Dear Micro$oft: Fuck you. Fuck you right in the ear! :)

According to this site here Micro$oft is going to stop the sales of Windows XP. No, wait - they actually DID so two days ago...

Get this: Basically all the world (at least those ppl who actually have to work with their PCs or know a thing or two about them) told them to take their Vista and shove it where the sun don't shine. Several big companies told them "Thanks, but NO THANKS! We're going on to use to use the safer/slimmer/more stable Win XP!".

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