CEO flicks piece of tobacco off 1 € shirt! Rose di Genova! On Flickr Now (Tim Schmidt Profiles)!



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Posted 2021

Mixed News In Short (article follows below)

The Tim Schmidt is on Flickr, too. The new photo profile on internet is to be found in this article. Also: "I am on the move and I am disorganized" says the head of Catalyst, Umbrella & Org. company, and flicked a piece of tobacco of what was seemingly his 1 € shirt.


FLICKR PROFILE

Tim Schmidt is again on the photo sharing site Flickr (as earlier account seems wiped clean), and so are names we have been noticing in recent times and lately: the Catalyst Umbrella & Org. Shack and Just Like Sessions an occuring video service. Re-occurances like these travel in clusters. This as Schmidt last week, shared a live video through the Catalyst, Umbrella & Org. companionship. Schmidt relaxed on armchair, live home in Berlin guitar video in style of Just Like Sessions, but even more sparse and #chillaxed. Recorded one night in April this year at the Catalyst Umbrella & Org. Shack But also "rough" and distorted.


So to the Flickr initiative (an international storm of flowers have already reached the office, thank you, what can I possible say). Let's see if the offices can keep up the demand for the uploading of Tim Schmidt photos, someplace again. "I am on the move and I am disorganized" says the head of Catalyst, Umbrella & Org. company, and flicks a piece of tobacco of that 1 € shirt of his.


It seems the most recent photo might be showing here, above. Perhaps it is not at all so. Is it a mere myth this here story? Does myth not have to stand on a foundation of content? No. Do we however exclude content just to be sure we ain´t going out of the frame work? Yes, and no. The day to day shit, has to coincide with a snap, which does not happen as that. If the click happens, we know it happens: that dead second. May I steal a second of your time? Grasping in the infinity of that second.


And about The roses from Genova. Which yu have written me so much about. They are Genovese, from my Italian Calendar from 1939.