A new beginningmascha
After a few years or maybe even a decade when I didn’t find the time or energy to fill my own blog with content, I have now decided to go back to the „grassroots“ beginnings of my blogger life. Facebook is a nice way to keep in touch with friends you’ve met over time, even if you live on the other side of the world. In this respect, I give FB credit. On the other hand, I don’t see that any FB staff members evaluate, weigh up, possibly block or at least regulate my opinions according to any criteria.
Although I have only had this experience once before, my soul, which strives for liberalism, is somewhat opposed to being submitted to these rules. Now then „only for me alone“. Well – maybe not quite: After I spent some evenings preparing my server for this blog and my son followed this matter with interest, he immediately asked if he could contribute to the content. Well – why not – then it is „smartnuts coop“. In this way I can convey to him right away that expression of opinion requires not only the ability to speak, but above all the ability to think – a quality that, especially in today’s times, is obviously a little-noticed and therefore all the more valuable good.
What can readers expect here: Well – while in the past times as a student and later as a lawyer I mainly teased my own ego with my blog posts and enjoyed the click rates of my posts in the different blogrolls (yes, such a thing actually existed at the end of the 90s), today I am more interested in getting in touch with people who share my passion for various topics of information security and data science in the context of vehicle production (OEM). Of course I will also use this platform to talk about certain political issues – mostly with sarcasm and the privilege of the arrogance of age. In the end, the motto is: It is what it is. Maybe one or the other reader will find interesting suggestions or food for thought, which might lead to a further, more in-depth discussion on certain topics. In the end, this would make me happy, because one’s own cognitive ability can only grow if one can prove oneself in the exchange of thoughts.
That’s enough words and let’s get down to work. See you soon!
PS: As you can see from the lines above, I am not a native English speaker. On the other hand, my circle of friends and colleagues is scattered all over the world and has learned over the years to deal with the shortcomings of my English language skills. I hope at least that this will not have a lasting effect on the ability to understand my texts.
PPS: Please don’t be surprised if you stumble across one or the other construction site here – a blog is more of a process than a product.