About

My name is Lars Ingebrigtsen. My day job used to be a CTO in banking, but I relax by doing some Emacs work.

9 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Lars,

    I tried today sending an email to both addresses I have for you but this is what happened:

    : 550: Unrouteable address
    550: : Gone away, no forwarding address known

    Is there a valid address or have you gone into deep cover?

  2. Unable to send you an email :

    : host smtp.uio.no[129.240.2.125] said: 550
    : Gone away, no forwarding address known (in
    reply to RCPT TO command)

    And how do we contact you securely. Like GnuPG or Proton or whatever you would be consider safe enough. Like Signal ? Threema ?

  3. Hi Lars

    I just want to thank you for making the blog about Eclipse and Fantagraphics comics. I left teenagehood just as Eclipse were “peaking” and started branching out from my standard Marvel purchasing as the late 80s brought us some interesting “indy” comics and DC’s British author invasion.

    I have recently wondered what the “gems” of that period read like now ( much like your initial reason for making the blog ) so your blog is very useful for providing some critical thinking and plenty of examples from al the series for me to make an informed decision.

    I also like your sense of humour in the writing which doesn’t get in the way of the meaning behind each article.

    Anyway – just a big dollop of appreciation from me. You are not posting words into the ether without them being read and enjoyed.

    A fellow Talking Heads fan…

  4. Lars, I’m here in the USA and find it almost impossible to find any specific info about the Percy Adlon movie named Zuckerbaby (Sugar Baby) on DVD. I saw it in the movie theatre back in 1985 and was amazed by the work of Johanna Heer (the DP). Unfortunately all those colors and moods she imbued into the movie were lost when the film is viewed on a VHS (which is the version I currently have; but at least it has English subtitles). Do you know if any of the DVD versions of Zuckerbaby (of which I’ve seen a few listed online with different cover art) or the one included with the Percy Adlon 10 DVD box set have English subtitles, or do all of the ones you’ve seen lack this feature? Thank you.

    1. Yes, the cinematography on Zuckerbaby is totally amazing. I’m sorry to say that I haven’t found any DVDs with English subtitles — when I watched it last time, I had a German-speaking friend help me with the bits I didn’t understand myself (I only know a smidgen of German myself). The 10 DVD box does not have English subtitles. If I were do watch it again, I’d rip the DVD and use the subtitles somebody now has posted on Subscene: https://subscene.com/subtitles/zuckerbaby/english/1415960

  5. Thank you for the quick response. It looks like someone put a lot of work into putting that translation together so it matches up with the scene timings of the movie. I”m sure it takes a lot of time to manually add the subtitles to match the timecode placement shown in the text file. If you did this, what program did you use to add them in and do you have any tips to speed up the process?

    1. I didn’t do those subtitles, but, yes, it’s a lot of work. I’ve done subtitles once, and I just used Youtube’s subtitle thing, because it fills out the timing codes automatically — that is, it registers when a piece of dialogue starts and ends, so you “just” have to fill out the text. But it’s still a maddening amount of work — people who do this professionally (or more often as a hobby) must have better tools. But I don’t know what those might be. :-/

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