How much do you hate my automatic daily digests?

I am using Twitter as my social networks glue.  It accumulates most of my online activity.  And since searching or browsing through Twitter archives really sucks, I’m dumping a daily digest into the blog post automatically.  I’ve heard a few annoyed responses to those digests from a few of the dear followers of this blog.  So with this poll, I’m trying to see how annoying those digests really are.

Frankfurt and Karlsruhe photos

In November 2009 I went for a PHP conference in Karlsruhe, Germany.  I’ve also visited Frankfurt briefly.  As with most of my travels, I’ve shot a whole bunch of pictures.  But unlike my other travel pictures, these ones were waiting for post-processing for way too long.  Yesterday I abandoned the hope of ever editing them and started to upload them as-is.  Maybe one day I’ll be back to level the horizons, crop, resize, and correct colours.  Until then, I’m too scared they will just get lost.

I’ve organized these images into two separate sets: Frankfurt and Karlsruhe.

I’m too lazy to dig through my archives, but I’ve probably mentioned a few times that I enjoyed myself over there, that I like travelling through Germany, and that that PHP conference was a blast.  And if you don’t believe me, you can always ask Chris and Michael who accompanied me on that trip.

 

Agios Nicholas church, 2012

Yesterday, I had an opportunity to stop by the Agios Nicholas church.  The church was destroyed a few years ago when it went completely under water of the nearby lake.  This year Cyprus saw plenty of rain, but so far the water levels haven’t reached that far yet.  There is still snow in the Troodos mountains, but I don’t think that melting those will be enough to drown the church again.

Have a look at my Flickr set for previous pictures of this church.

Day in brief – 2012-02-24