Hello! My name is Friedrich vom Stein. I'm a special expert for mouse-driven computer interfaces and related stuff.
By popular demand, we created a Who is Who of the The Mice.
Also don't forget the picture of the mouse of the month.
The other day (well, years ago), I helped in testing a digital camera. The result are some nice pictures:
Because of my expertise, I was asked to test a digital video camera. That was also nice, especially since I didn't have to leave my sleeping bag.
However, nearly nothing is known about the time these hyperintelligent pan-dimensional beings entered our universe for the first time, how they looked in this (probably very distant) past, and how they evolved into their current shape. To answer these important questions, we are in the process of carrying out a deep survey to look for traces of these hyperintelligent pan-dimensional beings in the early universe.
A first result is the discovery of NGC 4676, which is also known as "The Mice". Here is a picture of it (from the Digital Sky Survey):
I convinced my friends at the Space Telescope Science Institute to take a picture of The Mice:
Recently, I used MIDI at the VLTI to have a closer look at NGC 1068. That's not the same as the Mice, but since the instrument was built by humans, you have to start with something simple. Unfortunately, you can't see very much in the results unless you are a special expert:
If you want to contact me, write an E-mail (I decided to put my address on the web in order to see if there are some hot mice out there who want to talk to me right now). You might get a reply from my human interface, since computer manufacturers are still not able to create a really mouse-driven mail interface...