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bio website stevenvh.net/steven.php
location Flanders, Belgium
age 54
visits member for 11 months
seen Jun 22 at 9:28

That's "Steven" (with the "n" at the end)


"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." — Bertrand Russell


Product designer, consumer electronics: audio (with Philips), home automation.
Done computer science in a previous life too.


Belbin team roles: Plant and Resource Investigator


Personal values: respect, honesty, pride, modesty, fairness


I yell because I care


favorite candy


Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
16
comment # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
@PortreeKid - Ja, das sagt man auf Niederländisch auch ("hekje")
Jun
16
revised # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
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Jun
16
comment # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
Well, Asterisk is the official name for the star symbol. Does it need a separate official for phones?
Jun
16
revised # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
couldn't instead of could, + some dummy edits to get at the required 6 chars.
Jun
16
comment # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
dict.cc/?s=Asterisk. I can't find the Oktothorp right now, but you can easily find the English word octothorpe (which exists, though nobody knows it either)
Jun
16
revised # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
added 227 characters in body
Jun
16
revised # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
added 31 characters in body
Jun
16
revised # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
added 24 characters in body
Jun
16
suggested suggested edit on # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
Jun
16
comment # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
Well, the Oktothorp and the Asterisk are the official names. It's not because you never hear them that they don't exist.
Jun
16
answered # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
Jun
15
revised “Hechel, keuch…”--what does it mean?
removed greeting, formatted text
Jun
15
suggested suggested edit on “Hechel, keuch…”--what does it mean?
Jun
15
comment “Hechel, keuch…”--what does it mean?
Welcome to the site. I removed your sig, as signatures and greetings are against StackExchange policy. (I know it's more polite, but that's how it is)
Jun
14
revised What's the origin of the word “Frauenzimmer”?
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Jun
14
asked What's the origin of the word “Frauenzimmer”?
Jun
14
comment “Bring noch eine/einen Stern mit”
Ist "bringe" besser als "bring"?
Jun
13
revised “Bring noch eine/einen Stern mit”
added 3 characters in body; edited title
Jun
13
asked “Bring noch eine/einen Stern mit”