The ↑2005 installment of the biannual Conference of the German Anthropological Association (GAA aka DGV) is over and I am well back in Munich. My ↵cyberanthropology workshop now is history—it went well, and from all I heard till now it was very well received, too [Or is it my intimidating personality that no one dares to tell me negative criticism?.] A big Thank You! to everybody who presented a paper in the workshop, and also thanks very much! to everybody who sat in the audience. I enjoyed the interesting questions and the lively discussions very much. My apologies to everybody for my taking the liberty to add a full hour to the workshop’s timeframe. Special apology to ↑Frauke Lehmann, who was forced to present her paper as the last one in the row, way beyond the scheduled time. Unfortunately Castulus Kolo, who had prepared a paper on ↵Cyberanthropology going mobile, couldn’t take part, as he was down with flu—I hope you recovered meanwhile. But nothing will be lost, as I definitely will edit a book containing the workshop-contributions and some items plus in the form of elaborated articles. According logistics already have started. I’ll get back to you soon—for now I will equip myself, as on monday the students will flood in here again.