I love sharing, I love writing, I love blogging and I do this, in varying regularity, since 2007 I believe. But I also like to change and evolve things. Blogging has to be fun and I mostly write about the topics that I have in mind at a given moment, on the blog that I like for the moment, at the time I like to write it :) Moreover, I really need a change of visual every here and then. I don’t want to see the same blog theme all the time :)
Result: Every some years, I change my blog. Sometimes, I stop for a while.
Recently, I decided to share my technical discoveries on a wiki rather than a blog. I feel that this is more accurate, it’s also faster and easier to evolve. You can access the wikis from the side bar.
For this new Blog, I’m also considering to share my ideas around my second passion: quantum physics, classic and theoretical astrophysics and scientific philosophy. My preferred mind challenge is the “Simulation Hypothesis”, also called “The Simulation Argument”. I could write a scientific book about this, and maybe I’ll at least start with an article or two. :) While the Simulation Argument still is imaginable to the human mind, this totally changes when coming to the “Holographic principle” and the “Black hole information paradox”. It’s mind blowing, literally!
But back to this blog…
Most of the old technical posts are not really worth transferring. Yet, some I migrated into this blog, either for myself to remember the great things I had the chance to experience, or because the information might be useful. Some articles are also copied into my wiki. So that why you see many articles “before” this re-boot.
Oh, yes, I also resolved to write not only in English, so please expect to see German and French articles appearing here and then… :)
About the graphics – I did create most of them by myself. It’s just a little hobby of mine. Things like the “matrixized” DEVOXX theme picture is done using my (legal) version of Photoshop. The Java Duke 3D renderings are done using Art of Illusion. And the animated GIFs, they are the result of a great programming language named Processing. All pictures that I created are public domain, CC-zero, and the sources are on GitHub. Feel free to re-use…
That said… voilà my blog re-spawned…
And finally… some souvenirs: