Knightcast Episode 37 : LIve Recording Schedule.

Jun 05

Since we had so much fun last time, and I have miraculously acquired 3 free hours in my weekend from underneath some fold in the space time continuum, its time to do another LIVE Knightcast. As opposed to last time, this one is going to be planned and scheduled so all of you have a chance to come on down and join the fun.  You can see the show being recorded LIVE and interact not only with the other guests in our chatroom, but also with ME ! Shoot in your questions via Skype (or if you are too shy) use the chat room to fire away.



Event :

  • Knightcast Episode 37 : Live recording.

Place :

Date :

  • Sunday June 6th 2010.

Time :

  • From 8 to 11 Am CET.

Schedule :

  • 8 am to 9 am : Live music Matinee. (Live Dj Set).
  • 9 am to 11 am : Live Recording of Knightcast 36 : Using Linux as a Terminal Server.
Are you coming ?
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  • Join the event on our Facebook page.


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With the 70th anniversary of the start of the Second world war coming up, it  is a perfect time to take you to a place where it all began. We treat you on an exclusive tour inside Belgiums biggest World War 2 fortress and give you an interesting insight on what it was like on the eve of the German Invasion. With out guide we tour the inside of this fantastic installation and tell you the tale of the battle of Eben Emael .. That changed the course of WW2 forever. Walk with us through abandoned gallery’s and listen to echoes of silenced guns…


  • Intro
  • Historical setting. May 1940.
  • Walking into the fortress.
  • Corridors and different levels.
  • The underground command post / Firing orders.
  • Casemate Vise II.
  • Ammunition handling / Security / firing sequence.
  • The Germans attack !
  • The hollow charge weapon.
  • Blind and unable to fire.
  • Panic in the Fortress.
  • The fall of Casemate Maastricht One.
  • Germans blow up the door.
  • The Belgians surrender.
  • Repercussions for the allied forces.
  • The Fortress today.
  • 70th anniversary of the attack of Eben Emael.
  • Music : Drei Lillien ( German Army song )
  • Music : March of the Belgian Paratroopers.
  • Pictures by Nyana.
  • The OUTSIDE of the Fortress (Picture set)
  • The Fortress of Eben Emael (Article on : Includes 50 minute Youtube documentary.
  • Website : The official website of the fortress.
  • Wikipedia : Eben Emael.
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Modern times bring modern ideas. Modern ideas and concepts require you to “rethink” some things and re-evaluate your experiences with the world. It is a simple fact that change.. is the only constant. Although you can mostly find me on the Vanguard of that very change, I still am surprised by how these new ideas and concepts, change the way we look at things. To explain what i’m talking about, let me take you back roughly 12 years when on of the major major activities in my free time, was being a DJ. Together with a couple of good friends we had our own little company. Hauling lights and speakers from event to event and playing music all night long, before packing up and heading to the next venue.

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