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Seven Things -- Tagged by Chuck Burgess

Thanks to Chuck, I've been tagged — rejoice. (Edit: I've also been tagged by Greg.) Now because I'm a web2 slut, it'll be hard to tell anyone seven things which they don't know already, but here we go anyway!

Seven things

  1. Little did you know, but my middle name is Felix.
  2. I'm deadly afraid of rodents. =(
  3. By birth, I'm a real commie. I was born in Karl-Marx-City, East-Germany, before the wall came down.
  4. I can go without computer and Internet for two weeks!
  5. I'm a liberal by heart and member of the liberal party of Germany.
  6. Back at school, I argued myself through my history exam without using a single date, ever.
  7. I got interested in the Internet because my mother bought a book on HTML for her job.

I hereby tag

This is pretty hard, I'm trying to not tag people twice. So bear with me.

  1. Christian Weiske — because he's pretty brilliant, and a friend.
  2. Thilo Utke — who does Ruby (on Rails), but talks about testing without a prejudice for programming languages.
  3. Thomas Bruederli — for founding RoundCube, the best webmail to date!
  4. Just — who doesn't do PHP either, but takes awesome photos and writes about street and urban art in Berlin, and Europe.
  5. Helgi — for all the hard work^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^commits, very early in the morning.
  6. Colin Percival — because he does a lot of awesome stuff (portsnap, freebsd-update, [email protected], depenguinator, ...) for FreeBSD!
  7. Last but not least, my good friend Allen! — Because he's one of my best friends and because I think he can tag more interesting people.

The rules

  • Link your original tagger(s), and list these rules on your blog.
  • Share seven facts about yourself in the post - some random, some weird.
  • Tag seven people at the end of your post by leaving their names and the links to their blogs.
  • Let them know they've been tagged by leaving a comment on their blogs and/or Twitter.

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