The following is a watergate sized scandal rocking Germany which has all the elements of a classic conspiracy theory thriller. In short: a man feels uncomfortable with the money laundering business of his wife and becomes a whistle-blower, naming several high ranked individuals. A judge preemptively instructed the state to drop the case and instead declares the man as insane and locks him up. Turns out, Gustl Mollath's accusations proved true - 9 years later.
Imagine you run a business for decades and all the sudden you find yourself in the crossfire of media attention and activism - for something you do legally and openly and has not changed in years. What would you do, how would you react and defend yourself? This case study is about how not to do it.
Back from my trip from NYC. On movies you always see snapshots of a trip: the cab, the busy airport entrance, the plane, the hotel. This is a story of what really crosses your mind while traveling - at least on a trip back when you do not have to think about business anymore.
The home computer is back! Yes. First came the home computer in the 80s and with it lots of young software companies. Then computers became a commodity with few large software vendors dominating over boring office technology. Tablets reshuffled the market and we see many of the excitements of the pioneering times come back.
A simple circuit to convert a European unregulated fischertechnik power supply into a variable voltage regulated power supply working on 120V.