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16 Years Old – Child or Adult?

Last night I saw a documentary on abcNews about Jeffrey Eppstein. Besides that he obviously was a quite disgusting man, a sex offender, and rightly sent to prison, the one hour long documentary raised some further thinking.

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2019: We are back!

With the start of the fresh, new and updated website www.kleisny.de (available in English and German) there should also follow posts here again. Here the subject of the posts can be more divers than on flugundzeit.blog which tends to focus … Continue reading

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Apple: About a new Design and Form and Function

Form Follows Function is one of the basics of better design. This was the way Steve Jobs convinced most intelligent people on this earth to use his products – for whose they never before even had a need of. Apple-CEO … Continue reading

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www.german-seaplane-day.com

If you are looking for the seaplane website – it will be down until further notice because it has been hacked. So please contact me directly if you need anything in that matter.

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How to choose your seat in an airplane

From www.heraldsun.com.au: Travel agents are reporting a substantial increase in requests for seats at the back of the plane after a UK documentary showed these were the safest seats in a crash.

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How to successfully publish your E-Book

Usually the posts in my English blog differ from the German blog. But since there are always questions what I have done during the past months (since I came back from the US) – well, I wrote another non-fiction book. … Continue reading

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Mission Control at ESOC

Today was a great day for the Americans and especially for NASA (we Europeans had shares in that too): The car-sized rover Curiosity has landed successfully on Mars. On NASA’s webpage you will find always latest news and information about … Continue reading

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Somebody left the Gate Open

TV spots shown during a suspense-packed TV series are usually the time when I check my mail. There are two exceptions: Apple commercials and this Citibank spot (I have no relation whatsoever to this bank): youtube-Video Music: The singer is a charming female pop/rock artist … Continue reading

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Oslo 2012: Heros and Non-Heros

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The Greek Tragedy

… This country and its inhabitants are unbelievable. One day in Athens and a book to write. … You arrive at 2 am at the hotel on a Sunday morning and the hotel clerk hands you a bus schedule for … Continue reading

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