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  • moreZ Saturday, 31st March 2012 at 00:19

    It’s night, the dogs are barking and while having my good night cigarette before going to bed i am browsing quite randomly through some of my favourite pages “im Internet”. Suddenly i stop here as this is piquing my curiosity. So much it reminds me to my thesis i finished almost 2 years ago, and I wonder why i havent found that earlier. With my little lasting motivation for some “activity” i try to get that promising piece of text. (Honestly it has passed some time since i read a so called “scientific article”) I hardly can remember all these techniques of scientific research, but finally i made my path through jstor to the login page where i am once more distressed how this internet knows my location. It is seriously asking me: “Are you in Palestinian Territory, Occupied?”
    However, knowing that I still have my account at the “Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München”, I click on “University of Munich Login” and follow the login procedure. Strike! Password worked at the first time.
    But then, disappointment: “We’re Sorry. It appears that your institution does not allow you off–campus access due to your status.”
    ARGHH! That proxy thingy. No, I am Sorry. It is too late. I give up – for today! Well let’s leave a comment.
    Finally after having some “virtual” activity i am content to go to bed.


    • zephyrin_xirdal Sunday, 1st April 2012 at 13:08

      lol … nice of you dropping by :) It’s quite obvious that you’re in the cyberpunk mood. Just tell me what your email-inbox can take.

      • moreZ Tuesday, 10th April 2012 at 08:10

        You asked about quantity or quality :P No seriously what you want to send me? Attachement limit per mail should be 20MB.
        The bottleneck i more see in that connection from my inbox server to my local computer. Physically it is a loose hanging cable in a symbiotic relation to my marquise. (Well that’s the reason, I still have no shadow on the balcony, cause i am afraid I will plug me off the web wide world.) Virtually you should imagine it as a venturous mountain path rather than a fast german “autobahn”. However, to end the story above, i finally didnt manage to get access ^^

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