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 childhood’s summer vacations.
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.
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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