Saving images in the cloud

I belong to a kind of transitional generation in terms of photography. In the 80’s and 90’s I took analogue photos myself and got the pictures developed. If a fire broke out in my house and they were destroyed, these things would be gone. But also the many digital photos that we accumulate in masses today. They also have to go somewhere, because they too could be lost quickly. So how do you get your pictures to safety?

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Security measures against Covid in small businesses

In times of a highly dangerous infectious disease, it is the duty of companies to pay much more attention to the health of their employees. Even though the corona virus is most dangerous for older people with pre-existing conditions, more and more people are reporting that young people also suffer from the aftereffects for a long time after the illness. Certainly no one wants to live with the responsibility of being responsible for it. Responsible, because as an employer you have saved at the wrong end. Therefore, here is an overview of the most important measures that you should take immediately, if you have not already done so.

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What to do with old IT?

Sometimes it hurts your heart. You buy expensive IT equipment for your company. After a few years, some of it becomes obsolete again and is hardly worth anything. Often such devices are sorted out and disposed of in a lump sum. But that does not have to be the case. Because there is the option of actually making money out of it after all. We show you how to do this and what you should definitely pay attention to.

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EAT – Success factor in demanding industries

In the SEO area, Google tries to treat certain types of pages slightly differently than the rest. This is especially true where there are health risks or where the administration of justice is involved. Thus around the area of law. The reason for this special attention is the fact that there has been a lot of fooling around in these areas. People without appropriate knowledge give tips and advice. Anyone who has fallen for it will think: What kind of garbage has Google delivered to me? Representatives of some industries have to rethink in terms of SEO. We show what really matters in delicate industries.

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Why companies need their own app

As the operator of a website I can track it in my visitor numbers very closely. Two thirds of my readers access the content via mobile phone or a tablet. So the majority of Germans surf mobile. For most companies this means that they have to react. And to the extent that a company app of their own makes sense. We show why this is so important.

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Memorize things better with Mind Mapping Software

Mind Mapping is a creative method that can significantly improve memory. It helps you to structure facts around a certain topic area of your heart. With the help of mind maps, the advantages of a complete summary of contents can be combined with those of a visual presentation.

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20 years Rabbit Vibrator – and it runs and runs

Sex toys for women – a topic that somehow seems as natural today as making a jam roll at breakfast. Advertisements for relevant online shops and brands are even on the radio and TV at Christmas time. Since when has that been the case? One thing one can say is that it started probably 1999 with the groundbreaking presentation of the Rabbit Vibrator.

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Clostridioides difficile infections increasing

Clostridium Difficile is a bacterium that almost every human carries with him in the intestinal flora. In most cases it is completely harmless, but in a certain case it can become a deadly danger.

In my environment there was a Clostridium Difficile infection. This disease had extreme health effects and can be fatal. The trigger is usually a therapy of another disease with antibiotics.

We know that antibiotics are a cell poison, which was originally obtained from the secretion of moulds. It is there to eliminate dangerous pathogens. Unfortunately, it also kills many bacteria from the intestinal flora when taken. One of the few who survive this attack are the Clostridia. They are resistant to some antibiotics.

Some of them produce very dangerous toxins and when they are outnumbered in the intestines, they destroy the intestinal wall.

The number of diseases is increasing worldwide. The problem is that more and more people are taking antibiotics for completely absurd reasons, even though they are not always necessary. The intestine then bleeds and the shock is great. My pharmacist also told me that she also feels it clearly. More and more patients come to her because of clostridia.

The problem is that you have to take antibiotics again for the treatment. These are specially designed to kill C. Difficile. Unfortunately, the relapse rates are very high. This means that some patients experience up to three or four relapses and the diarrhea does not stop. In most cases, only the relatively new method of stool transplantation can help.

People get a complete intestinal flora of another human being transplanted. This flora is cultivated from cultures of intestine-healthy persons and injected into the intestine during a colonoscopy. In this way the healthy bacteria can displace the clostridia and the patient is healthy again at a stroke.

Of course this sounds disgusting, then who wants to have the excrement introduced by others? But it is an absolutely clear liquid that was purified in the laboratory. Only the cocktail of bacteria in it was simply grown at optimal temperatures.

In addition to the big problem that more and more bacteria develop resistance to antibiotics, clostridia is a growing threat. The doctors would do their patients a big favour if they advised them to take probiotics when taking the antibiotics in order not to be able to get into the situation where C. Difficile takes over the domination of the intestinal flora. Avoidance is probably much easier than treatment.

Review: Supereyes 200X smartphone microscope

I´ve seen on amazon, that there is a tiny smartphone microscope lens for 10 Euros (about 12 Dollars). I thought if it worked, then I could make videos while being out with my son in the nature. Therefore, I bought it. Now I can say, this tool is an ideal gadget for people, who have an interest for flowers or insects.


Easy to use

The lens is very easy to use. You can stick it on your phone, no attachment needed. When you take it down again, no glue remains on the phone. What I can´t say today is, how often this will work. Maybe, there will come the day, when the glue won´t hold the lens anymore. But I´ve used it really often meanwhile and it´s still working good.

Price: smartphone microscope lens

Price: smartphone microscope lens


I´ve bought my lens on German Amazon, and the seller says, that it magnifies with 200X. But I can surely say, that this is not true. I´m pretty sure, that it is somewhere between 40-60X. It depends on the magnification of your smartphone. Because one has to use the digital focus to get out the maximum performance of the lens.

Here you can see, what pictures I could made on the highest enlargement factor.Not enough for pictures on a cellular lever. It is just enough, to see a living ant eating from a drop of honey.

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Finally I can say…

I´m glad, that I´ve bought it. 10 Euros is an amount, that doesn´t hurt me and what I got, is a small, portable microscope, which allows me to make films of living insects and other tiny objects.

Who named the microscope?

The microscope got it´s name from a German scientist, from Bamberg: Johannes “Giovanni” Faber. Faber grew up in Germany, but after he studied medicine in Wuerzburg, he moved to the Vatican state.

Johannes Faber
Johannes Faber

He was a friend of Galilelo Galilei, who was one of the first persons in the world, who built and improved the technology of microscopes and telescopes. Galilei named his tool “occhiolino” = little eye. But Faber changed it in 1625 to “microscope”, to emphasize the “relationship” with the “telescope”. It was meant as an act of respect for his friend.


What does the word “microscope” mean?

Microscope is a combination of two Ancient Greek words: mikrós = tiny and skopeín = to look / to see.