Vater unser im Himmelreich by Georg Böhm.
Katja Sager plays at the Graf-organ of St. Michael in Dietlikon-Zurich.
Comment se mettre un peu de Boehm au coeur.
I’ve got new stamps. My favourite is Dada (Dada means nothing), but I quite like Tox 145 (an emergency service for intoxications), the Swiss Navy and the Nestlé.
Being attacked by a fox while jogging is the epitome of first world problem. #schwiitzertüütsch
Tag der Bildung – Zrugg id Steiziit
Tomorrow is “Day of Education”, some kind of leftist demo asking for a bigger budget part for education (and will probably finish with people in black clothes trying to put fire at banks) if I understood correctly. To be fair, I have strictly no idea what this song is about. I may have caught maybe five German words in the whole song (and after one hour of research on the internet, the title could mean “Back to the Stone Age”, but for all I know, it could be something about eggs. Or foxes).
Anyway, I couldn’t resist the temptation to showcase how Züridütsch is a pretty, soft, free-flowing and elegant language. #roestigraben
ERMETH (Elektronische Rechenmaschine der ETH), the first Swiss computer (1956) – 32 kHz, around 80 kb of RAM, 3.5 tons.
Graffiti in Rueti.
Cigarette distributor at Rueti Railway station.
University of Zürich. There is probably a good explaination about those paintings, but I don’t really see it.