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bio website stevenvh.net/steven.php
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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


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comment Was bedeutet “Heftfolgen”?
Das macht Sinn. Vielen Dank.
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asked Was bedeutet “Heftfolgen”?
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Jun
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comment # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
@PortreeKid - Ja, das sagt man auf Niederländisch auch ("hekje")
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revised # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
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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?
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revised # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
couldn't instead of could, + some dummy edits to get at the required 6 chars.
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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)
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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.
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answered # (number sign) and * (asterisk) in German
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15
revised “Hechel, keuch…”--what does it mean?
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