Sunday, May 11, 2003


… feiert heute der Schockwellenreiter. Er wird
heute ein halbes Jahrhundert alt. Herzlichen Glückwunsch und alles Gute, Jörg! Auf die nächsten

Mathematik, Physik, Informatik

Jens Bernheiden bietet auf
seiner Website umfangreiches Material für den Mathematik-und
Physikunterricht in der Schule an, vom Arbeitsblatt bis zum Link zur

Chemie, Biologie und Nachbarwissenschaften

Auf findet man
didaktische Medien für den Unterricht, insbesondere für die Fächer Chemie,
Biologie und Kunst. Aber das
eine oder andere ist auch für Physik interessant, z. B. Teile des Farbenprojekts.


Eine umfangreiche Linkliste zu
medizinischen Informationen
gibt es bei passe.par.tout – und das Weblog selbst
ist auch einen Blick wert.

Webdesign and CSS

Book of Styles (formerly CSS Colouring Book) “is the place where Firda Beka […] shares some CSS-based, tableless layouts she created when she was bored as hugware. The fact that she gets bored very easily hopefully will benefit this site and will keep it growing.” I should keep this link handy for when I’ve got time to redesign this site. This weblog has had the same design for over three years if I remember correctly. In other words, it has always looked the same… how boring.


One would assume that I have less time for weblogging while writing my thesis – yet it seems I’ve been posting more in the last couple of weeks than any other time since I started the teacher training. You will notice, though, that many of the links I posted are related to my thesis in some way. I discovered that a weblog is a very useful tool for keeping links (and sometimes asking questions) while writing a thesis the last time around.

Now the fact that I seem to read more books (fiction, not thesis-related ones) while writing my thesis is an entirely different thing…

2 thoughts on “Sunday, May 11, 2003

  1. Hal Rager

    I just had to laugh out loud at your ‘Internal’ comments. I never posted more (and arguably, wrote better) than when I was writing my thesis. It was as though so much was coming to the surface, it spilled out into all areas of my life. Plus, at 2:30 in the morning, your blog is the only thing that will listen to you…

  2. Andrea Frick

    Plus, at 2:30 in the morning, your blog is the only thing that will listen to you…

    trippy: So true!

    Seriously, though, I think that weblogging and reading books (for fun, not the ones you need for your thesis) help to reduce and distract from the stress. I’ve been reading more books while preparing for all major exams since the Abitur (exams at the end of highschool in Germany if you want to go to university). So far, it has worked very well.

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