I.n this weekly review we start with Mr. Sand … from H … (full name known to the editorial team). Do not you know? Neither do we, but he sends us an email every week in which he analyzes finely chiselled text by text. More or less always with the same result: incorrigible idiots are at work here, especially colleague Lukas Weber and the author of these lines. This has been going on for months, and if he doesn’t send anything about an issue, we start to worry about whether something might have happened to him. Isn’t it, this week I got mail again because at this point there was a plea for freedom, personal responsibility and against a patronizing state. But the man has a remnant of humor, he suggests “a Shell atlas and Falk city maps as standard equipment” in VW, which is tormented by failing navigation systems. We didn’t even think of that, almost ingenious, it’s just that we struggle with the standard special equipment.
Editor in business, responsible for “Technology and Engine”.
In the upcoming Sand’schen script, the colleagues from the political department are probably due again, because this week was mainly one from Covid, Trump and Biden. We, on the other hand, can devote ourselves to technical achievements quite unsuspiciously, such as the question of how to switch off WhatsApp without being cut off from the world. For a short time we caught a feeling rising up inside us: I don’t care if the Zuckerberg should just read what the men-in-lost-post group is posting in their corona blues. No, no, of course it’s not that easy, but before we discuss it, we have to clarify more important things. Did you also see the newly unveiled Mercedes-Benz electric EQA this week? This black pasted front as a distinguishing feature? When electromobility looks so helpless in terms of style, then we prefer to keep driving the V8. That applies, please don’t tell the sand, but actually anyway.