Saturday, 4 September 2010
day 1: Welcome to the jungle
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I am on a two week mission to finish up on some writing that is due almost 5 years now.
I headed out into the Dutch jungle also known as the Achterhoek (which roughly, yet appropriately translates to “rear-corner”).
Surrounded by corn fields, some chickens and a whole lot of nothing, I put up camp in the backyard of an old farm. I let the locals carry the frozen rations, the local brewski and all the coffee I brought with me.
For they dared not touch the devilish technologies I wanted to set up so close to their lodgings.
“How can a piece of aluminum be a controller
for a computer that is itself just a piece of aluminum?”
Black magic indeed, all without wires.
...But there is a magical nothingness here
I can even see the grass grow...
...just heard a snail trip over a grain of sand...
...the sneezing of a butterfly...
... may cause a storm in a glass of water
on the other side of the globe ...
Yeah, I think I’m getting in the right mood here.