Tweet des Tages von @Aeffle_Pferdle #dschungelcamp #ibes

Der heutige Tweet des Tages stammt vom @Aeffle_Pferdle und sagt genau das aus, was viele denken und was ich auch mache – ich verweigere mich dem schwachsinnigen Zugucken von RTL’s „Ich bin ein Star, holt mich hier raus“-Dschungelcamp-Zeitverschwendung:

[tweet https://twitter.com/Aeffle_Pferdle/status/290368753139580928 lang=’de‘]

Schaut lieber lustige Katzenclips bei YouTube an oder den „etwas anderen Jahresrückblick 2012“ von Urban Priol:

😉

Tweet of the day by @TheFirmOnline #NBC Olympic anchor on Tim Berners Lee #London2012 #olympia #london #www

Awesome, this tweet is just awesome and breathtaking and shows how dumb some tv commentators are, still:

[tweet https://twitter.com/TheFirmOnline/status/229290336860655617 lang=’de‘]

von Paul Clarke (originally posted to Flickr as Tim Berners-Lee) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
von Paul Clarke (originally posted to Flickr as Tim Berners-Lee) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
 But why? Because of this (Link origin: london2012.com)


The Ceremony also paid tribute to Britain’s contribution to a modern revolution – the internet revolution. A sequence that featured British music from the 60’s to now, culminated in the appearance of British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the worldwide web and ensured it was placed in trust and protected against ownership so it could be free for the world.

Wikipedia-Link of Tim Berners-Lee

Unfortunately I haven’t found a video of the short scene from the opening ceremony yet, I hope it’ll come soon…