A new and unprecedented gale of creative destruction is about to sweep through the industry and change it in mostly unforeseeable ways.
In this blog entry, John Clamans discusses the question: “Are the socio-economic and environmental consequences of the fourth industrial revolution to be met with skepticism or embraced confidently?”. … More Understanding the Industrial Revolution 4.0
Earlier this month, I went to the Kaisergarten in Oberhausen, Germany. I almost forgot I took some pictures. The Kaisergarten is supposed to be a memorial to “Kaiser Wilhelm l.” and got its name in celebration of Wilhelm’s 100. anniversary in 1898. The park itself is much older though.
Today, I ascended the “Tippelsberg”, a hill in my hometown Bochum, Germany. On its summit, you can overlook almost the whole Ruhr area, even though the mountain is only 150 meters above sea level and approximately 50 meters above the surrounding area. The weather was awesome, but also quite windy. The air was fresh and lively. I often go there to learn, read or relax. I enjoy the Tippelsberg’s naturalness. … More On the Trail of Giant Tippulus
Hi everybody. When I went to the Ruhr, NRW, with my nephew, we wandered along the riverside for a good while. In addition to that, we took some pictures. Enjoy! … More Some Beautiful Impressions from the Ruhr
I took my cam and went to the “Vincketurm” tower,, a WW1 war memorial, and nearby ruins of the castle “Hohensyburg” in Dortmund-Syburg, NRW. I also visited a magnificent memorial to “Kaiser Wilhelm” which is located close by. … More Visiting Castle Ruins and Kaiser Wilhelm
Hi. This time, I went to the lake “Harkortsee” in Wetter, NRW, attached to the Ardey Hills. It’s a nice and quite natural place which I often visited as a kid. This photo gallery features the Harkortsee, the nearby woodland, castle “Burg Wetter” and some beautiful swans which this lake is quite popular for. Enjoy. … More Wonderful Lake-Side Sites Near Ardey Hills
Hi. Wow. I’m overwhelmed. For real.
Today, I just want to bow my thanks to you people. It has not even been a month since I started writing on here. Exactly 3 weeks ago, I introduced myself; I couldn’t have imagined that I would reach so many people and come across so much constructive and useful feedback, opinions and ideas. … More A Big Shout-Out Of Gratitude
Today, I want to publish a blog entry about sustainable practices in everyday life. I’m afraid, many people disregard that “individual social responsibility” is just as constitutive of sustainable development as “corporate social responsibility” (aka another stale buzzword). The latter, CSR, is rightly in the center of the debate of sustainable development, but the former should not be disregarded. … More Developing an Everyday Eco-Consciousness
Today, I want to tell you something about this lad. Let’s just say, his name is Jonas. Jonas lived on the street for almost 2 years, before he started his training as an office clerk. At the age of 16, he felt like leaving home and school to become a rebellious punk. Now, he’s 24 years old and wears suit and tie; … More High-End Medium, but Low-End Message?
Today, I spent the afternoon with my nephew in Bochum’s city park. At first, that might not sound very exciting, but we got to meet some super cool residents of said park. We took some photos of our new friends and also local places of interest and art, such as the “Bismarckturm”, celebrity frog “Fridolin”, “Jungmädchenbrunnen” and a massive fire bowl – rivaling the Olympian one. … More Meeting New Friends and Chancellor Bismarck