Pablo Samuel Barmettler Orellana was born at 22 in the evening February 3, 2009. He weighed 4.04 kg. and measured 54 cm. We are all doing fine
Saludos del Petén – Guatemala. Moving on to Quintana Roo – Mexico.
Another grid-trip: KnowARC meeting in Budapest and then off with train to Vienna for a conference on campus grids. More grids than campus. Which brings me to the subject of a future post: “Does the world need yet another batch system?”
Anyway, nice to see Budapest and Vienna again. 16½ years ago I did the same … Read the rest
We’ve moved to Copenhagen! We packed our stuff in a rented van in Geneva in November and drove all the way up through Germany. After 3 months on Nørrebro, we’re now living in an apartment on Christianshavn – I’m working at the Niels Bohr Institute. It’s cold here, but we like it
Back for a few days in good old Denmark. Started on southern Fyn – wonderful region at this time of year.
We got www.krarupkirke.dk in the air – a web site for the local church.
Then Copenhagen, and a family gathering on Lolland, Copenhagen again, then Aarhus, Fyn again and Copenhagen again.
New lamp designed by my brother Vagn and me, drawn by Vagn
and made by the workshop at my old institute in Zurich.
Went there today and got the thing, all in 2 mm steel, very, very heavy. Still need to brush the front, but put it up and in my humble opinion it looks good.
Yesterday. Fresh, but had the pool across the road from CERN all to myself.
Well, here we go with a new site using the WordPress blogging software. Here you have a picture of my staircase today on my way out into a beautiful spring afternoon,
and a magnificent view of the Rhone and the Arve a 5 min. walk away,
Here are some older posts carried over from a previous log:
November 2004: This summer I moved into a spacious old apartment in St-Jean, Geneva; a quiet neighbourhood close to the city centre.
April 2004: I’ve made a CERN homepage describing my work: cern.ch/Frederik.Orellana/
Oktober 2002: Started working as maître-assistant at the university of Geneva; effectively working at CERN in … Read the rest
My piano teacher arranged a student concert at the Conservatory on February the 2nd 2002. Here’s what I played (recorded some days later):