- Jonas Gardell: En komikers uppväxt, 1992
- Anna Odell: Återträffen, 2013
- David Batra: Sommarprat, 2015
All in all a very happy evening, completely without riots as far as we could tell. 7,000 police officers were on duty.
I recently switched to Alditalk, a discount mobile provider, after a friend had told me about their insane speeds. They started by ripping me off because of a “technical error”, so all my 34 euro (prepaid) were gone in an instant. They later gave me 20 euro back because of goodwill. I still hate them. But my friend was right about the speeds.
First, here’s the speeds I get on my phone through my home line on wifi:
As for Alditalk, they have a very competitive 24h flat for 1.99 euro: It includes 1 GB data, which is quite generous. So you can afford to do a speedtest. Now the terms of the 24h deal is up to 7.2 Mbit/s:
However, this is what I got:
That’s wild! And totally unexpected! Of course, coverage sucks (E-plus) and the connection goes down all the time anyway; even radio streams were interrupted. But still. German internet is like a powerful but unpredictable street thug who can give you your fix, but only if he wants to and if he’s in the right mood.
[box type=”info” border=”full”]Note: I prefer Germany to Sweden in almost all respects, that’s why I live here. The laws, the media, the bread. It’s like a member of the Swedish Academy who lived here for a while said: “Germany is like Sweden for grown ups.” It’s only in the area of internet speeds and prices that Germany (like many other countries, I guess) lag behind Sweden (and Japan) about ten years.[/box]
Is it a festival? No, it’s just a Saturday evening on Tempelhofer Feld. The first really warm one this year.
Wir haben schon lange auf dich gewartet!
It’s gonna be a productive week! No biking. And as you can see, I wake up at eight sharp since I’m so moral.
- 2 kg aubergines with their tops cut off: 1 euro
- 6 peppers: 1 euro
- 6 apples: 0.70 euro
- 6 oranges: 1.70 euro
- 2 mangos: 1 euro
= 5.40 euro