Found on Engadget (german) – Gänsehaut: 65.000 Green-Day-Fans singen “Bohemian Rhapsody”
A fantastic Machine! Fascinating!
Really bad luck that Dave Grohl broke his leg during a gig a few days, before the concert in St. Gallen was planned, where I had a ticket. So I have to wait some more time until I can see FF again.
Looks like the FooFighters haven’t been to Italy before. And what these guys and girls do to change that… is great. And I think their dream will become true… soon 🙂
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) July 31, 2015
A fantastic video about a special artist – in the modern age. I’m speechless!
Wow, that’s what I call music classes … not bad. Maybe it would have been more fun in school with such a teacher. 😉
This week I encountered this website/blog: untrans.eu
I was quite aware of this specific issue, before finding this site. If you talk “other” languages, you will automatically have that problem at times, there are certain terms or sayings that you just cannot translate, meaning will get lost. But its interesting to see that a professional translator, fluent in three languages, has this problem also, and even finds it interesting enough to dedicate a blog to this topic.
Just another small piece in the puzzle that makes me believe that computer translations will never really work perfectly. 🙂
I really checked it a few times, but tomorrow does not work so well. But in exactly one year from now… its going to be the best possible PI day!
March 14, 2015 at 9:26:53
3,141592653 = π
On March 4th 1975 Charles Chaplin was awarded a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II (“Knight Commander of the British Empire“).
Although widely known as comic actor, I think his role as “The Great Dictator” is one of his best and the final speech is one of the most impressive scenes in film history.
In current times there are quite a number of people who should watch this and take it to their heard. Unfortunately I have little hope.