Wordie Maker.

Dear Microsoft, why the hell did you think animating the cursor in Word would be a good idea?!

Stadtmenschen.

For the small chance you're reading this, here's a birthday advice: choose people, not places.

Maybe add reading to the list.

If you're not riding, eating or sleeping, you're wasting your time.

Mike Hall, quoted by Emily Chappell in Where there's a will

Nur nicht zu.

Alles, was wahr ist, ist schön.

Kurt Barnert in Werk ohne Autor

Wackelkopfregal.

In the United States, the Commonwealth, Scandinavia and for books in Dutch, titles are usually written top-to-bottom on the spine. This means that when the book is placed on a table with the front cover upwards, the title is oriented left-to-right on the spine. This practice is reflected in the industry standards ANSI/NISO Z39.41 and ISO 6357.

In most of continental Europe and Latin America, titles are conventionally printed bottom-to-top on the spine so, when the books are placed vertically on shelves, the title can be read by tilting the head to the left. This allows the reader to read spines of books shelved in alphabetical order in accordance to the usual way left-to-right and top-to-bottom.

Wikipedia: Bookbinding, Orientation

Inseeleer.

This is for long-forgotten
Light at the end of the world

Nightwish: The Islander

Literal fail.

Fail of the week: failing the wrong student.

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