Old High German translation and commentary on the Psalms by the monk Notker the German of St. Gall, dating from around the year 1000. This 12th century copy from Einsiedeln is the only extant complete copy. https://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/en/list/one/csg/0021
SetUID We can enable files to be run by the permission of the owner of the file. Like when we change password (command passwd). When you run the password command, its being run as root. The s stands for SetUID. When the s is substituted where irregular bit would be, it allows us to run […]
Many gods lived there.
It reminds me of a Medieval Norman castle. They call it Motte. It is a giant mound of earth with a keep, or tower, built on top. There’s the letter A. Alpha – the beginning. Ladder to heaven. This golden flowers looks like a flower family Apiaceae or Umbelliferae or how it would be right […]
All sorts of cosmic waves: gravitational waves, supernovas, cosmic radiation, neutrinos, charged particles etc. flying over and through our heads.
One small booklet I made at work.
1. Since the 9th century, Aristotle’s Historia animalium, an orderly description of various creatures, had been available in an Arabic translation, which Michael Scotus translated into Latin in 1220. The decoration of the initials in this manuscript, which Johannes Heynlin purchased in Paris and bequeathed to the Carthusian monastery of Basel, is rich in drolleries. […]
The first drawings appear in 2011. I had been drawing them for a year before I started scanning into the computer. The beginning was more experimental and more different kinds of pictures.They were more like a story. Although I didn’t really have a specific story to tell. Later they transformed into something to express my […]