[time-nuts] In the atomclock repairshop...
celephicus at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 22:37:22 UTC 2012
The portrait of your good self on page 4 "A night seance in rubidium lamp
light" is superb, I would guess that this is inspired by a LP sleeve. It
looks like it was painted by Joseph Wright of Derby, who lived about 250
years ago and who was the first painter to paint scientific subjects, and
who was the master of lighting his subjects with a single candle.
On 26 April 2012 05:06, Magnus Danielson <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org> wrote:
> Fellow time-nuts,
> Oh, ok. So now it is public, so I better tell you about it...
> Jörgen Städje is a tech-writer which enjoys writing articles where he dips
> into some system and writes about it. Trying to teach things. Demystify
> things. So, when you read it, please recall that the audience is not very
> into the subject. It's in Swedish, but since you all know it by heart (or
> maybe using Babelfish) I think you surely enjoy it...
> The photo-session was not all that well-planned, but enjoy the more
> intimate photos of among others my Russian CH1-78 / HG414A. Various
> splashes of instruments.
> One of the photos has direct inspiration from an LP. Extra points from
> identifying which album. :)
> Oh well. Hope you enjoy it for what it is. Hope you can handle the chock
> of seeing photos of me.
> Magnus - another time-nut outed by a journalist
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Tom Harris <celephicus at gmail.com>
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