## munich

Vista from the math building of the technical university of munich (a little zoomed in): the “nuclear egg Garching” and to the right FRMII (actually – looking at these facts one could feel quite uneasy about this scary vicinity)

I went on a very short trip to munich, however I didnt take part at the famous Digital, Life, Design (DLD) conference. Given that I crossed the shortest path between the airport and the conference site this may be interpreted as “that I crossed the paths of the various speakers there”, like e.g. John Brockman of edge foundation about which I just made a blog post. But obviously despite crossing paths we missed each other.

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