from jhonmills

Here’s how you demist Your Windscreen either Idling or Driving?

Some people enjoy the winter months more than others. For many of us, who typically drive for commuting and daily tasks, winter presents a particular challenge. Having a fogged-up windscreen is the primary discussion. A dangerous windshield is one that cannot be seen through, especially when driving. Guess what might occur if you had no visibility at all up front while driving?

What makes a windshield fog up?

Condensation is the primary culprit behind the emergence of fog at the windshield. But how does condensation happen? When a bit of hot air comes into contact with the cool air or environment, condensation happens. The air inside a vehicle is usually hot compared to the outside temperature.

Besides, the human body and breathing also make the surrounding air hotter. And when the hot air comes into contact with the windscreen, which is usually cool, condensation happens, and you find your car’s windscreen completely misted up. However, Handling such issues are quite easy. This requires learning these tricks to clear a windscreen.


from Darnell (Seize The Day)

So if you have not already heard, announced that only Twitter Blue subscribers will enjoy promotions & polls on blue bird network.

Starting April 15th, only verified accounts will be eligible to be in For You recommendations.

The is the only realistic way to address advanced AI bot swarms taking over. It is otherwise a hopeless losing battle.

Voting in polls will require verification for same reason. (Elon Musk)

I honestly do not believe this will end with promotion & polls.

I suspect over the coming months Elon Musk will make standard Twitter features (such as Twitter Spaces, LiveStreaming, & even secure direct messages) & make them only accessible to Twitter Blue subscribers.

By the end of the year, I foresee Twitter becoming a shell of it’s former self, with most of it’s active users sacrificing $8 or $11 per month in order to play upon the angry blue bird social network.

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from Mom Life of 6

Es que llegaste tan, de repente a mi vida, that I was shook. I was focused on me. Queria encontrar la mejor version de mi.

Llegando tu, mi corazon empezo a sentir eso que hace años no sentia. My heart had been numb for so long, that I did not understand this feeling inside of me. Esta necesidad de tener que escuchar tu voz, esa necesidad de tener que saber de ti.

Y todo para que? Para terminar siendo dos extraños? De hablar a diario a ser nada? Despues de saber tu pasado y admirar a la persona en que te convertiste. Knowing your struggles and understanding what made you who you are today, and wanting to see achieve your goals and get where you want to get.

It was too good, and I knew it from the beginning. This thing was never meant to be real, you were just in my life for a reason. Para poder yo entender lo que quiero y lo que necesito. Asi que gracias por formar parte de mi vida por un instante. Gracias a ti aprendi a valorarme mas y se que meresco mucho mas.

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from Roscoe's Story

Monday 27/Mar/2023

Prayers, etc.: • 05:00 – Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel • 06:00 – the Angelus • 09:30 – Today's Rosary is the Sorrowful Mysteries again, because it's still the Lenten Season. • 10:20 – Jonas 3:1-10; Gospel of John 7: 32-39. – “Christian Penance”, a meditation for today from Toward Easter. • 12:00 – the Angelus • 18:50 – Fr. Chad Rippberger's Prayer of Command to protect my family, my sons, my daughter and her family, my granddaughters and their families, my great grandchildren, and everyone for whom I have responsibility from any demonic activity. – Followed by the Monday Prayers of the Association of the Auxilium Christianorum.

Health Metrics: • Today's health metrics were taken after a pretty good 7 hour sleep • bw= 219 lbs. • bs= 84 • bp= 127/72 (60)

Diet: • 07:15 – ½ cream cheese sandwich • 08:15 – fruit cocktail • 11:15 – 1 candy bar • 13:45 – sashimi salad, banana harumaki • 18:30 – egg rolls

Chores, etc.: • 05:30 – listen to KTSA • 06:10 – record health metrics • 06:45 – monitor bank accounts activity • 08:30 – NEW: Federal Prosecutor Admits Undercover D.C. Police Agitated Crowds on Jan. 6th – Ep. 302 of The Liz Wheeler Show • 10:50 – 1 mi. walk in the neighborhood • 11:15 – watching The Absolute Truth with Emerald Robinson TV Show • 12:20 – watch old game shows • 13:15 to 15:15 – take Sylvia to lunch at Sushi Zushi • 15:30 – post Turnout notice to Assembly GG • 15:45 – start following the White Sox vs Cubs Spring Training Game • 17:00 – broke down cardboard boxes, filled blue recycle bin for pickup later this week • 17:45 – Cubs / White Sox game ended in a 6-6 tie. Sweet! • 18:00 – local news and weather • 18:30 – Wheel of Fortune

Chess: • 19:40 – moved in all pending CC games

posted 27/Mar/2023 ~20:03 #DLMAR2023


from Tiny Things

I love to write…randomly. On no particular schedule and about any number of random topics. Sometimes I feel that word “random” describes me well.

I feel cautious when I write, usually worried about who might read it. It’s the same as I feel about publicly presenting. I’d rather present to a room full of 1000 strangers, than to 10 people I know really well. It’s about the approval seeking part of my personality. I don’t care what 1000 anonymous people think, but I do care about what those close to Me think. Probably too much so.

Before starting a blog (like everyone else in 2000), I wrote on a mental health website about my struggles with depression and anxiety. I wrote freely there because it was a “closed” community and I felt validated by those who were similar to me.

So I am here, which feels like somewhere between that and social media which is too crafted in style and personality for me. It feels like too fast paced, to much about likes and follows and isn’t really a platform for really writing.

I am also hoping to try out a new platform called foto for a better less social media foto sharing app when I comes out later this year.

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from ldstephens

Here’s why: I think it’s likely that soon all computer users will have the ability to develop small software tools from scratch, and to describe modifications they’d like made to software they’re already using. In other words, LLMs will represent a step change in tool support for end-user programming: the ability of normal people to fully harness the general power of computers without resorting to the complexity of normal programming. Until now, that vision has been bottlenecked on turning fuzzy informal intent into formal, executable code; now that bottleneck is rapidly opening up thanks to LLMs.

If this hypothesis indeed comes true, we might start to see some surprising changes in the way people use software:

Geoffrey Litt


from ldstephens

Welcome to Web Finds, where I curate a collection of the most interesting and useful web links that I've come across.

In tech news, Apple has released macOS Ventura 13.3 and iOS 16.4 with new emoji, bug fixes, and other improvements. But watch out for the new MacStealer malware that steals passwords from iCloud Keychain! Meanwhile, Twitter is dealing with a leak of its source code. On a more personal note, blogger Om Malik reflects on two decades of writing. And finally, patients are reporting terrifying details of an eye drop outbreak that has claimed two lives.


from Lastige Gevallen in de Rede


Toen ik ervoor ging zitten zat de vaart er meteen in Ik had een geweldige ingeving en een bijna net zo'n goed idee maar voor ik met schrijven kon beginnen moest ik me opeens zo nodig bezinnen en nu zit ik er niet langer mee

The Hidden Track no. 008

Ik moest na een paar uur voor mij nieuwe muziek luisteren kiezen tussen de volgens mij vrij makkelijke keuze voor de band Connections, Connections is aardig hip, zeg ik afgaande op de zoek resultaten, de muziek klinkt lekker vanaf minuut 1. Het is ook een open deur, het is een band die je eigenlijk meteen kent omdat het alles heeft wat muziek van nu moet bezitten en muziek eerder ook al bezat, tempo, komt ontspannen over, heeft aardige melodieën voor miljoenen indie liefhebbers. Het heeft het, zoals koekjes het hebben, chips, dropjes en chocolade, genoeg aanvoer van de juiste stofjes en je hebt een plaat die er in gaat als cookies.Ik hoef hiervoor niet mijn best te doen, geen deuren te openen, geen kleine overwinning op mezelf, mijn eigen voorkeur van jaren her kan ik gewoon volgen en daarmee doorgaan. Ik kies daarom liever voor 008. Dat is eigenlijk veel minder nieuw maar heeft verder niks nodig waar Connections volgens mij heel veel van hebben gebruikt, zeg maar het zout, vet en de suikers. Dit schrijf ik trouwens enkel en alleen omdat ik de neiging tot vergelijken niet kan onderdrukken, appels worden toch geen peren, er is echt niks mis met het album van Connections dat is waarschijnlijk ook hetgeen me dwars zit. Zij krijgen dan weer wel wat 008 niet krijgt, tot nu toe heeft gekregen.
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from Open Source Musings

That we need to protect ourselves online is a given. Not just our identities, but also the logins to the various sites and services that we use daily.

In just about all of the advice that you'll read out there, there's always a recommendation to enable [multi-factor authentication]() (also called two-factor authentication) in whatever you use online to an extra layer of security. Multi-factor authentication (MFA for short) might not be an unscalable wall, but it is an obstacle in the way of someone trying to scam, rob, or impersonate you.

While there are more than a few MFA apps for smartphones, those kinds of tools are sometimes ignored or overlooked on the desktop. But not this time!

Let's take a quick look at three MFA applications for the Linux desktop. They're simple, effective, and open source.

Note: If you're interested in learning how MFA works, read this explanation.


Marbourgne is coded for elementary OS (but you can also install via FlatPak). Just so you know, if you install it from the elementary AppCenter, Marbourgne is a pay what you can application. You're not expected or obliged to fork over some cash, but please do if you continue to use it.

Marbourgne is basic but it does the job. When you first start it, you need need to add one or more accounts (called one time pads in the application), as shown below:

Marbourgne after you fire it up

You can do that by:

  • Taking a screenshot of a QR code,
  • Importing logins from a popular mobile MFA app called Aegis, or
  • Using a QR code image you download.

Once you add or import the account, it appears in the left pane of Marbourgne's window, as shown below:

Marbourgne in action - with my information hidden!

To add new accounts, click Add One Time Pad at bottom of the application's left pane, choose one of the options, and go from there.

Quick and easy, isn't it?


Next up, Authenticator. While it packs a few more features than Mauborgne, Authenticator is still a snappy application.

To add an account to Authenticator, click the + icon on the toolbar to display the Add a New Account screen, as shown below:

Adding an account in Authenticator

From there, click the Scan QR Code icon in the top-right corner of the title bar (beside the Add button). Choose either Camera or Screenshot to grab the QR code and then click Add.

You can also go into the application's settings and import a backup from one of one of six sources, including the Aegis and andOTP mobile apps and from Bitwarden.

Here's what Authenticator looks like with a few accounts added:

Accounts in Authenticator - again, my information is hidden!

The account's one-time authentication code appears on the right side.

As I mentioned earlier, Authenticator has a few other options. Those include 10 being able to secure the application with a password , and 2) a long list of account providers that can help automate the addition of new accounts. I didn't try the latter, so I can't tell how helpful that feature actually is.


Of the three applications I look at in this post, OTPClient isn't the prettiest. But it makes up for that with some useful features.

Add an account by clicking the + icon on the toolbar and selecting either Scan using webcam or Using a QR code, as shown below:

Adding an account to OTPClient

You can also add an account manually (which I didn't try) or you can click the Settings icon on the right of the toolbar and import account from one of four other authenticator apps including andOTP, FreeOTP+, and Aegis.

Once you've added or imported accounts, those accounts display as shown below:

Accounts in OTPClient

Click an account to display the one-time code. OTP client also copies the code to your clipboard.

You can also create multiple account databases — for example, one for work, one for financial sites, one for personal sites — and both apply passwords to them and easily switch between those databases as you need to.

The three MFA applications that I just looked at aren't the only ones available for the Linux desktop. They are, however, easy to use and they get the job done. What more do you need?

Scott Nesbitt

#linux #desktop #security


from Telmina's notes









a tall Japanese voluptuous short-haired intelligent beautiful girl having a bad headache, wearing dark green headband, white gymnastic knickers, dark green tank tops, white long boots.

This image is created by Stable Diffusion web UI.

#2023年 #2023年3月 #2023年3月28日 #雑談 #ひとりごと #体調不良 #頭痛 #健康診断



Very fortunate to have spent a little time in Bhutan in the last week or so. If you spend any time at all on the roads, you can't fail to notice the lovely road signs.

Here are some links about them:

  1. Roadside Wisdom by Jessica Vernon for Works That Work

The wry, gentle wisdom of Bhutan’s roadside signs make every drive an opportunity to reflect on the journey of life, and quite possibly reduce traffic accidents as a result.

  1. Bhutan’s dark sense of humour by Chris Dwyer for BBC Travel.

What the signs lack in punctuation, they make up for by being consistently memorable, thanks to a neat turn of phrase that’s perhaps unexpected from the pens of bureaucrats.

  1. Bhutan's amazing street signs by someone named Kelly for Go Girl Guides.

I don’t have a massive fear of heights, so I mostly found myself glued to the views. And these hilarious street signs along the highway, which you can find mostly between Paro and Thimpu.

But actually, I found these examples quite disappointing. At least two of these links date back to 2017, and the other is undated (grrr). I have to say, I think the signs have improved in that time. They're simpler, catchier, and written in better English. I noted down a few that I noticed:

  • No hurry, no worry
  • Be predictable on the roads
  • Safety isn't expensive, it's priceless
  • Car for nature, save the future
  • Start early, drive slowly, reach safely
  • A fast drive may be your last drive
  • Going steady fulfills your every need
  • Driving faster cause disaster

#bhutan #writing #curiouslists

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from Open Indie

The all too common firehose stream has never worked for me. It’s undoubtedly a big reason why I never got properly into Twitter.

I generally don’t go to noisy congregation spots like bars because I find them overwhelming. Too many people talking loudly at each other all at once gives me sensory overload.

(Back when I'd reluctantly go to these places to accommodate my friends' preferences for social arenas, I was well known for my irish exit)

Mastodon – the mainstream ActivityPub implementation – is the same way; algorithmic or chronological sorting makes no difference as long as everyone's speech is mashed together into one mega-aggregate stream of no structure.

I can handle an email inbox, a bulletin-board or an RSS reader, because these feeds usually serve up somewhere between 1-10 updates per day, instead of 100s.

During my few stints of trying to make Twitter work for me, I've encountered multiple people that I wanted to follow, but ultimately didn't because I could tell their feed was too noisy. 'Too noisy' usually meant one of two things: (1) too many posts per day, or (2) posting about a wide assortment of topics – I only wanna keep up with 20%.

That's a shame though, because if Twitter had accommodated better sorting controls, both from the writer's content-push (e.g. require hashtag categorization) and the reader's content-pull (follow a poster's hashtags), I'd follow a lot more people. Ditto for Mastodon

The existing microblog paradigm seems to work best for two types of people:

  • Information hoarders who can justify a large amount of time spent sifting through a massive feed because it translates into niche insights and competitive advantage.
  • One-to-many publishers who only use the microblog funnel for outgoing messaging, meaning they don't actually read their inbound feed at all.

For the ActivityPub protocol to become as widespread as email (protocol by specification) and chat (protocol by convention, for now), it needs to provide real utility to the average internet user.

Noisy dinner party

Mastodon is an incremental change, taking the microblog-app archetype from centralized to federated. It’s still the exact same UX paradigm, which is profoundly limited as a tool for sense-making. It’s gonna take a while for the techie community of 10 million to iterate and innovate further until we’ve arrived at the true paradigm shift of a brand new interface for the ActivityPub protocol that appeals to the majority of netizens.

In the blogging paradigm, I could (and did) feasibly follow 500 different blogs. Writing blog posts take time, so if each blogger put out a new post every three weeks that'd be about 20-25 new posts per day. Among those publications there'd still be an abundance of content that didn't always pique my interest, or just a skim-read would suffice to keep up. On average I'd read around 2-5 full articles per day.

The experience was remarkably similar to that of reading a newspaper: – Finite number of pages – Long-form by default, with mixed-media dispersed throughout – Only 5-10% of the paper's content is read in full.

Microblogging on the other hand is like a noisy dinner party that never stops. Its discursive content is non-linear, unstructured and extremely abundant. Following 500 microbloggers who are posting on average several times per day renders my feed completely untenable without the help of a sorting mechanism.

Twitter solves this problem with opaque algorithms. Mastodon opts for chronological sorting, which is earnestly transparent, but punishes curiosity; the more people I follow, the more overwhelming my inbound feed becomes.

Knowledge cultivation vs dissemination

The fediverse of microbloggers' primary objective isn't knowledge cultivation, but rather social bonding and sentiment aggregation.

What's new/trending? What are the most commonly held beliefs? Who shares the same opinions? Which opinions are controversial?

While enduring long-form mediums like blogs and forums excel at creating and refining knowledge, ephemeral short-form mediums like chat and microblogs can more effectively disseminate and reinforce established knowledge.

No strict lines can nor should be drawn between these different modes of communication however. It's not uncommon for a new piece of knowledge to go through the following stages of life, from soft to solid to distributed:

  1. New but unstructured knowledge is synthesized over the course of a chat conversation
  2. The key knowledge artifact is refined in the form of a blog post
  3. The new knowledge is disseminated through microblogs and links aggregators. 🌱🌻💨

With some work, we can make these stages far more seamless, and I believe step 3 in this particular example is currently the least developed.

Slow Feeds

For the likes of me (generally shy & quiet; loud & proud if asked to speak) to functionally participate in the digital conversation of the federated party, three key features are missing in today's microblogging & feed-aggregation clients:

  • Follow hashtags
  • Bundling content
  • Content gardening

Follow hashtags, not people

First and foremost, I'm interested in following topics, not specific people. I'm deeply curious about certain people's feed exactly because they write frequently about a topic that interests me.

If a person who's writing regularly about open source decided to start a farm and consequently began posting mostly about agriculture, I'd be far less interested in their feed as a whole. However, if that same person was still writing occasionally about open source, now with an added ecology-informed perspective, I'd be more excited than ever to keep up with that particular segment of their writings!

It can seem like we have a chicken and egg problem in the widespread adoption of hashtags to properly categorize content on the fediverse, but clients can in fact lead the way quite effectively. As long as there are popular clients that lean heavily into hashtags as a primary means of discovering and displaying content, posters are incentivized to utilize hashtags more (which can even be backfilled by edits), knowing there are clients that prioritize tagged content.

This would be further facilitated by solving the problem of federated search, so that my inbound feed for open source content wouldn't be limited to just the #opensource tag but would also include a variety of related search terms.

I can easily follow 500 people if I'm only following updates pertaining to my specific interests.

Side note: While it might be a controversial opinion, I'm not a fan of inline hashtags as a default way of tagging content. It's just a noisier version of the post-script tagging system we had for blogs. Meta-data should be kept out of the content body unless it's explicitly meant as an outgoing link to a specific feed-aggregate.

Bundles over timelines

Oh how I miss the good old days of digests, when information was expected to be consumed on a daily or even weekly basis, rather than hourly.

While I still want better hashtag-following, I wouldn't need it nearly as much if I could just tell my client to give me a daily/weekly/monthly digest of a person’s posts, based on my frequency preference. Smart clients could even suggest new frequency preferences based on my engagement (or lack thereof) with certain feeds.

I've not seen a lot of examples of this kind of interface in practice. Aside from the mailing list example above, a few others that come to mind are Google Inbox and LindyLearn. Neither perfectly match what I'm describing, but they both play with the concept of information bundling, rather than linear, strictly chronological streams.

Evergreen content gardens

99% of all microblog content is ephemeral by design, meant for a specific moment in time. But the 1% that should endure past the 24hr cycle doesn't have good ways to do so in the current paradigm.

Reddit has a simple Top sorting mechanism for viewing highly rated content in the past Day / Week / Month / Year / All Time. This is a great way to surface evergreen knowledge artifacts in places like r/AMA and r/todayilearned. It's also a very helpful way to get oriented in a new space.

The same could be done for hashtags on the fediverse. Treating hashtags as not just timelines of the present moment but also containers of institutional knowledge could lead to all sorts of innovations in knowledge management on the fediverse.

The vast majority of development effort in the ActivityPub-client space is currently going into various derivatives of the classic microblog paradigm popularized by Twitter. My intention for this post is to gently nudge developers' attention towards a new paradigm that aims to bridge the gap between gossip and sense-making. If you're working on this, let me know!

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Wir suchen einen engagierten und erfahrenen Gruppenadmin für unsere vegane Community-Gruppe!

Als Gruppenadmin bist du verantwortlich für die Aufrechterhaltung einer freundlichen, respektvollen und informativen Gruppenumgebung für unsere Mitglieder. Du sorgst für die Einhaltung unserer Regeln und förderst eine offene und unterstützende Gemeinschaft.

Deine Aufgaben umfassen unter anderem:

  • Moderation und Überwachung der Gruppe, um sicherzustellen, dass die Regeln eingehalten werden
  • Begrüßung neuer Mitglieder und Beantwortung von Fragen zur Gruppenfunktion
  • Anregung von Diskussionen und Beiträgen, um den Austausch unter den Mitgliedern zu fördern
  • Erstellung von Posts und Beiträgen mit aktuellen Informationen und Neuigkeiten zur pflanzenbasierten Ernährung und dem Veganismus
  • Organisation von gelegentlichen Events und Aktivitäten für die Mitglieder der Gruppe


  • Erfahrung in der Leitung von Online-Communities oder Gruppen
  • Leidenschaft für eine pflanzenbasierte Lebensweise und ein tiefes Verständnis für den Veganismus
  • Fähigkeit, effektiv mit Mitgliedern zu kommunizieren und Konflikte zu lösen
  • Hohes Maß an Organisationsfähigkeit und Eigeninitiative
  • Vertrautheit mit Social-Media-Plattformen und Online-Kommunikationstools

Als Gruppenadmin hast du die Möglichkeit, einen positiven Einfluss auf das Leben unserer Mitglieder zu nehmen und dazu beizutragen, dass eine wachsende Anzahl von Menschen sich für eine pflanzenbasierte Lebensweise entscheidet.

Wenn du eine Leidenschaft für den Veganismus und Online-Communities hast und bereit bist, dich für die Förderung einer freundlichen und unterstützenden Gruppenumgebung einzusetzen, sende uns ein paar Informationen über Dich und deinen Erfahrungen in diesem Bereich.

Kontakt: Mastodon


from Αθέατη Λέρος

Φωτογραφία της σπηλιάς από μακρυά

Βοδόσπηλο ή βοϊδοσπηλιά ονομάζουν οι βοσκοί μας αυτό το υπέροχο φυσικό σπήλαιο που κρέμεται στην κυριολεξία στην άκρη ενός απότομου γκρεμού. Βρίσκεται σε μια περιοχή με περίεργο ορεινό ανάγλυφο. Εκεί οι μόνοι κάτοικοι που υπάρχουν σε αυτήν την άγρια και απότομη περιοχή, είναι τα αγριοκάτσικα και οι αετοί. Πράγματι μόνο αετοφωλιά μπορεί να την χαρακτηρίσει κανείς. Μέσα από ένα δύσβατο και επικίνδυνο μονοπάτι οδηγείσαι σε αυτό το υπέροχο σπήλαιο.

Ο Φράγκος στον δρόμο προς την βοϊδοσπηλιά

Θα μπορούσε να πει κάποιος ότι αυτό φτιάχτηκε από τον θεό, για να βρίσκουν τα πλάσματα του ηρεμία μέσα στην απομόνωση του σπηλαίου, από την υπόλοιπη πολυδουλεμένη γύρω φύση.

Σαν φτάσεις στην είσοδο της σπηλιάς σου κόβεται η ανάσα από το απότομο και τραχύ περίγυρο.

Όψη της βοϊδοσπηλιάς

Μέσα στην σπηλιά παίζουν τα χρώματα λες και είναι πίνακας ζωγραφικής, λες και το χρωμάτισε άνθρωπος με μεγάλο ταλέντο. Μαύρο, άσπρο και βαθύ πράσινο, χρώματα που σε κάνουν να μην θέλεις να φύγεις από εκείνο τον τόπο. Μικρότερα σπήλαια διάσπαρτα στην απέναντι βουνοπλαγιά που κρέμονται στην κυριολεξία στις άκρες των απότομων βράχων!

Βοϊδοσπηλιά και Μάρκελος τελικά είναι δυο τοπωνύμια συνυφασμένα απόλυτα με αυτό το περίεργο τοπίο που απλώνετε μπροστά σου! Όλα γύρω εάν τα προσέξεις συνθέτουν το πάζλ μιας άλλης εποχής που δυστυχώς εμείς δεν θέλουμε να δούμε.

Εκεί στον γύρω χώρο θα δεις ένα κτίσμα περίεργο που στα σπλάχνα του κρύβει μια κτιστή δεξαμενή νερού. Μια πανάρχαια κατασκευή που μόνο ένας ειδικός μπορεί να ομολογήσει τι είναι ετούτο και τι είναι εκείνο που η θεμελίωση του μοιάζει με εγκαταλειμμένο στρογγυλό πύργο, ο οποίος προστατεύεται από ένα άλλο μεγαλύτερο κυκλικό περιμετρικά κτίσμα.

Όλα εκεί στη γύρω περιοχή φαντάζουν περίεργα και απρόσιτα, ένα τοπίο που παρόμοιο σε αυτήν την γη δεν υπάρχει. Τι να είναι άραγε αυτές οι αθυκόκκινες πέτρες που συναντάς αραιά και που στις σχισμές των βράχων; Τι μπορεί να είναι όλα αυτά τα ονόματα που περικλείουν αυτήν την ιδιαίτερη περιοχή; Σελήνη, Μάρκελος, Καστέλι, Λιά, Κατεργάκη και Τραχύλη… Τίποτε και ποτέ δεν θα μάθω… ίσως όμως οι επόμενες γενιές να ενδιαφερθούν για όλα αυτά τα μυστήρια που περικλείει αυτό το ατέλειωτης ομορφιάς νησί . Αυτό το νησί που μόνο σε ατέρμονες σκέψεις μπορεί να σε βάλει.

Ο Φράγκος μπροστά από την σπηλιά

← Προηγούμενο ⁞ Περιεχόμενα    Επόμενο →

#Λέρος #Λερος #Greece #Leros #LerosHistory #Ελλάς #Ελλάδα

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Herzlich Willkommen in unserer veganen Gruppe!

Wir sind eine Gemeinschaft von Menschen, die sich für eine pflanzenbasierte Lebensweise entschieden haben und uns darüber austauschen möchten. Wenn ihr euch für den Wechsel zum Veganismus interessiert oder bereits Veganer:in seid, seid ihr hier genau richtig!

In dieser Gruppe werden wir gemeinsam Tipps und Tricks teilen, wie man erfolgreich den Wechsel zum Veganismus vollziehen kann. Wir werden uns gegenseitig mit Rezepten und Anreizen zum Kochen und Backen inspirieren. Auch der Austausch mit anderen Veganer:innen ist uns wichtig, denn wir möchten uns gegenseitig unterstützen und voneinander lernen.

Wir legen dabei großen Wert auf ein respektvolles Miteinander. Jede Meinung und Lebensweise wird akzeptiert und respektiert, solange sie nicht gegen unsere Werte verstößt. Wir sind eine offene und freundliche Gruppe, die immer für neue Mitglieder offen ist.

Für die Aufnahme in die Gruppe müsst ihr die Regeln lesen und akzeptieren. Wir bitten darum, dass alle Mitglieder respektvoll miteinander umgehen und keine diskriminierenden, beleidigenden oder verletzenden Äußerungen tätigen. Wir sind eine private Gruppe und respektieren die Privatsphäre und den Datenschutz unserer Mitglieder.

Als Messenger nutzen wir Signal, da es sich um eine sichere und datenschutzfreundliche Plattform handelt. Signal verschlüsselt alle Nachrichten und Anrufe, wodurch eure Daten vor Dritten geschützt sind.

Wir freuen uns auf eine tolle Zeit mit euch und sind gespannt auf den Austausch!

Hier geht’s direkt zur Gruppe


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