Been home two days now, but the two days on Fejø last week still resonate: Gorgeous collection of moments. And a tour de force of musicianship. Check it out yourself.
Some boards from the local timber store plus a bit of paint.
Pablo got his first trout on the hook this summer, but ouch – I failed to land it. Still, we landed 2 others – and it was a great experience – not least thanks to his faithful Abumatic 170iN. Below’s a scan of the leaflet that comes with the reel.
Quality time with my boys on the peninsula of my own childhoods summer vacations.
Back in Canada for my second 3PGCIC conference – this time as coorganizer. A long flight followed by a small one and a taxi ride – I just managed to arrive in time to present my paper on REStful web services for distributed computing.
It was a short stay, but I took a walk around downtown Victoria, saw a few … Read the rest
When I saw this, I knew we’d have to to arrange some babysitting for the 19/10:
Chris was in top shape.
A beam of Californian sunlight in the cold Danish autumn.
Our second son was born 27th of November 2011.
A small miracle he is
Back in Barcelona to present a paper at 3PGCIC-2011 – a well organized and pleasant conference with a varied program. Good discussions on distributed computing. Excellent social arrangements including the reception banquet at the charming Institut d’Estudis Catalans and a visit to the Mare Nostrum supercomputer of the BSC – located in a former chapel.
Came across this CD by chance. The soloist – living here on Østerbro, is the grandson of the composer .
Post-romantic, austerity, suspense and longing. Apparently it appeals to the younger generations
Pablo (and tia Chata) enjoying the music:
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Since November 2010 we’re living on Østerbro – and very happy with the neighborhood. Kindergarten, shopping, swimming, karate, fitness and cafe’s all very close and very children friendly.
Here’s a picture of spring coming to our backyard:
Canada was great – here’s a couple of pictures from the Summit photo contest:
My talk was about what I see as an opportunity to dramatically simplify and improve the infrastructure of scientific computation and collaboration.
I … Read the rest
Congratulations to the organizers and Fukuoka Institute of Technology for a pleasant and well-organized ARES 2009 conference.
Almost all the sessions I attended had engaging discussions.
If you’re interested in grid security you might want to read a piece I and 4 colleagues wrote on our gripes with the current model (GSI, proxy certificates and all … Read the rest