Category Archives: General

Registering/Creating your User account

As I mention in my post The road to Recovery I want to use this blog to document my road to recovery, the obstacles I encounter and deal with, not just physically but also mentally. By sharing my thoughts with you, receiving feedback, I hope this to become a very effective therapeutic tool during my recovery process.

For you to engage (provide comments), you must be a registered and validated user. The process is simple start by clicking HERE

The Log In window will open, allowing registered users to enter the user name and password. Below those two fields, underneath the Log In button, are two links one to Register and the other to recover a Lost Password.

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Suspending my activities

Announcement

Please note that for medical reasons I am suspending my blogging and Project 365 activities until further notice.

I plan to provide more details about my medical situation and how it will impact my personal hobby of running Klaus’ Korner website.

Regards,

Klaus


Klaus-Dieter Naujok Web: www.klauskorner.com
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All the Best …

Season’s Greetings

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Back On-line

It has been almost a year since my last blog entry. The reason for it is (was) very simple, I got extremely busy with my real business, Illumonus. You may have read my blog entries about Business Semantic Interoperability and my idea about building a Business Semantic Thesaurus called LinguMatic, guess what? It is happening! The concept has been proven during an ISO/IEC/ITU/UNECE Proof of Concept in which Illumonus played a major role.

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2016 New Year’s Resolution

It’s the time of the year for the tradition to make a promise to do an act of self-improvement for the coming year.

Besides the standard resolutions for better health living etc, this year my technical based resolution is to escape from all the proprietary, controlled environments, services, tools and software that I have depended to used to over decades of computing.

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Season Greetings

Seasons Greetings 2015

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Personal Update

You may have noticed that my last blog entry was October 1st; you may also have noticed that staring with the next day my Project 365 photos were all taken around UCSF’s Medical Center. The reason for my lack of blogging was due to a family emergence that required me and my wife to drive to UCSF’s MC each day for the next two weeks to be with our daughter. As you can tell from the Project 365 Album pages I was able to take pictures but had not much time to blog.

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640 West 2nd Street – Project 365

Here is another building downtown Antioch on West 2nd Street that I like. When we first moved here in 1990, this was a Hobby Store, as in Model Trains, airplanes and ships. It closed a few years later thanks to Toys R Us. Other businesses moved in, but now it is empty. I like the view from Waldie Plaza and the building’s front with the large windows. Sadly I could not find any historic data on this building. Continue reading »

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Historical Antioch Lumber Company Building

Antioch’s historical Lumber Company building on 340 W 2nd Street belong to one of the oldest mercantile firms in Antioch. Founded in 1864 and incorporated in Feb. 20, 1907, the Antioch Lumber Company still exists as a corporate body, however it no longer uses this historic building. The structure exhibits good planning and design and relates to early American architecture.

Antioch is one of the oldest towns in California, having been founded in 1850. The year following the discovery of gold, there was a plague that over-took the city and wiped out most of the population. The town was founded by two brothers, William and Joseph Smith, who named the town Smith’s Landing. In 1851, the town’s new minister persuaded the residents to change the name of the town to Antioch, for the Biblical city of Antioch, Turkey.

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