I am professor of statistics and computer sciences ("Betriebliche Informationssysteme und Wirtschaftsstatistik") at Nordhausen University of Applied Sciences.
Basic information may be found on my professional page on www.hs-nordhausen.de. However, I use this website to give further information on my work.
Since I am committed to a fact-based worldview, I love the Sciences and their implications at large. Consistently, I would like to recommend the following websites, in particular to German-speaking readers:
www.sciencedaily.com (the latest news)
www.thoughtscapism.com (Iida Ruishalme's thoughtprovoking contributions)
www.gapminder.org (Hanns Rosling's page: facts in abundance)
www.geneticliteracyproject.org (Jon Entine's enlightening project)
www.humanprogress.org (yes, there has been real progress)
www.allianceforscience.cornell.edu ("committed to defending evidence-based science")
www.quillette.com ("a platform for free thought")
1787 visitors from 16 August 2017 to 31 December 2018. Thank you for your interest!
2508 visitors in 2019. Thank you very much for your interest!
vistors since 1 January, 2020
If you are looking for the my wife's list of frequent mistakes, this list may be found on her pages. However, here's a link I would like to recommend: http://www.mikeseymour.com/deutsch/tips.asp. Before you despair, just remember Mark Twain's famous quote (slightly permuted): "A gifted person ought to learn French in thirty hours, German in thirty days, and English in thirty years." To be honest, thirty years is an optimistic guess.