After getting hooked on coffee, I decided to stop drinking caffeinated drinks. This is a story of my detoxification.
Ah, magnificent Finnish winter! First, it was jumping around zero (Celsius of course), so that people had to deal with slippery roads and pavement, then it dropped to -25, so that people put on layers of clothes. Then a snowstorm hit Finland, and it was above -10 again, with mountains of snow. There is an important part of the wardrobe that helps dealing with all these weather conditions: the shoes.
I have finally replaced my old Defender mouse with a brand-new, wireless blue laser-powered Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000. Some of the reasons for picking this particular mouse are: symmetric, wireless, laser and GNU/Linux support :). A month of usage has passed and there is enough time to write a review with all tips'n'tricks which can help handling this mouse properly.
I have graduated!
I'm sure, you know, who Albert Einstein is. I remember the basic Relativity Theory course taught at 10th grade of school. That's when I first met Einstein's ideas. It was hard to believe that c, the speed of light - is the maximum speed in the Universe. It was hard to understand, why a time in a spaceship that achieves a speed close to c runs slower and slower. Albert Einstein explained it all. He published more than 300 scientific and over 150 non-scientific works. He is considered the father of modern physics and is probably the most successful scientist there ever was. I think we should learn a lot from him. Wandering around the web, I ran into a wonderful "10 Amazing Life Lessons You Can Learn From Albert Einstein" article by Mr. Self Development I loved Einstein's advices very much. And here they are:
There were no blog updates during 8 month! But I am finally back to life!