In the early-1990s, a lesser-known operating system was born named BeOS. It was an operating system that was ahead of its time, but was never able to gather much support.
I am very happy to announce a brand new project of mine called Developer’s Notebook, a blog and news website with content for developers.
Trying out a new technology can be a bit tricky, so a set of specs for a test app is necessary to give the tests meaning.
I don’t like clutter. In fact, I am very picky about what I install on my computer which is one reason I love virtual machines to experiment with new technologies.
Several years ago, I bought an old, colorful iMac G3 running Mac OS 9. It runs my old software wonderfully, but an emulated version of Mac OS 9 on my modern MacBook Pro is just so much more convenient.
For about two years I have been using Grunt to compile my SASS files into CSS for projects for work as well as for personal projects such as this website. This workflow has served me well and I still use it for most of my PHP-based projects. However, I’ve come up with an even easier and faster solution for my Node.js-based applications.
Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicated after the end of the First World War, but that is generally when he exits the stage of popular history. So what happened to him? What did he do in that time? This article aims to explore some of these questions….
It is hard to believe that an entire decade has elapsed since I published my first History Rhymes blog post entitled “Starting Out.” A lot has changed in the past ten years and I have big plans for it for the future.
The rule of the Bavarian kings ended with the German Revolution of 1918-1919 in the immediate aftermath of World War I. The royal family became enemies of the Nazis and had to flee Germany, but never gave up the dream of restoring the monarchy.
History Rhymes has been picked to be featured in an editorial by Tutorful called “History Lovers: Awesome Websites and Resources To Cure Your Boredom”….
We would officially like to say welcome to our newest band member, Arthur. He will be singing for Spectre and has already written lyrics not only for our newest, as yet unreleased, album, but also for a few songs off of our album, “Polarity”. We are excited to have his support and feel that he […]
Spectre’s next show takes place on Friday, 20 September 2019 in Soundcafé in Munich. The event will be called “Munich Space Night” and includes three other bands: Ambers, The Edge of Reason and Social Toxic. The doors open at 19:00 and it costs €5 to get in. Soundcafé is located at: Traubestraße 580805 München We […]
Since we realized playing in a band with just 3 guys can be a bit boring, we wanted to bring in some fresh air and even more Keyboard-Power. So, dear friends, welcome the wonderful Ines aka Schninsnens, who will now strengthen Spectre with her incredible skills on the keys! Apart from reworking and practicing our […]
We are happy to be able to announce our first two gigs for 2019: 8 February 2019: The Orangehouse in Feierwerk in Munich, Germany. 28 March 2019: 8 Below in Munich, Germany For more information as well as start times and ticket prices, see the tour page.
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