Articles by Veronica

About Veronica (167 Articles)
Veronica is the founder of Hyperbrain.me. With one foot in the past and one in the future she takes inspiration from older aesthetics and ideas to apply them in updated form today. She is passionate about teaching timeless skills and believes that the world needs more polymaths.

Compact gardening – Part 1

This is part one in a series of articles on the subject compact gardening. I will show a number of different techniques, design methods and tips for you to be able to plan and plant your own garden – regardless of the size of land you have access to (even for no land at all). Compact [...]

24th April 2015

Terrace garden planning 2015

The planning and planting for the 2015 gardening season has started! A couple of weeks ago I planted the seeds of some different kinds of lettuce, spinach, chilies and pumpkin. The chili seeds I got from my sister-in-law who had saved them from her own plants. The pumpkin seeds I saved myself last [...]

3rd March 2015

Visit at Rökstadtorpet

Welcome back to Hyperbrain.me! I took a break in January (and most of February) to recharge a bit and work on new material. Those tutorials I promised are coming. But first I would like to share with you a bit of what I did in January. In early January I traveled up to Sweden to master the latest [...]

26th January 2015

Enter the void

Time to enter the personal void. The space where everything is possible. Where every thought is allowed. The finalization of the soundtrack of terror. Extracting to expand. V-kaos on the [...]

29th December 2014

Snow 2.0

It’s getting better! Now around 15-20 cm snow in the woods and temperatures have dropped to -5. Proper [...]

28th December 2014

Snow

It snowed during the night. Took a long walk in the beautiful winter landscape. Finally winter seems to have [...]

26th December 2014

God Jul

As a breaker of traditions for many years I finally started missing the food and get together with family around this time of year. I rarely buy any gifts and for me it has absolutely nothing to do with Christianity. We have a Christmas tree this year, but that’s also something that has [...]

24th December 2014

Medieval nerdery

Today it’s time to put on my old Viking/early medieval clothes and get going to meet up with the other guys from the reenactment group I participate in. There’s a medieval Christmas market downtown and we’re hanging out there for some drinks by the fire. Not the most authentic [...]

23rd December 2014

A new year has begun

Yesterday I focused on spending time with my friends instead of being by the computer. I was happy to see that several were happy to participate in the small ritual that I usually perform on the winter solstice. Each person who wanted to take part was asked to write their wishes for the coming year [...]

22nd December 2014

A blast from the past

Some days I don’t want to write. I just want to dance the way we used to dance,  in the woods, in abandoned warehouses – to harsh sounds that made us forget. Sounds that allowed us to sink into ourselves. Transcending into dark sonar waves. This is the closest I can get to those [...]

19th December 2014

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