Wow, Microsoft is giving away Software to students for free.
Over at you can get:

  • Visual Studio 2008 Pro (and 2005 Pro if you want)
  • Windows Server 2003 Standard
  • SQL Server 2005 Developer Edition
  • Expression Studio
  • XNA Gamestudio 2.0
  • Virtual PC
  • all of the Express Edition (Visual C# 2005 Express, VB, Vis J# 05, Vis C++ 05, …)
You have to sign in with an windows live account, tell them what university you're attending and they'll verify. After that, the downloading can begin.
This software is available to people within the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, China, Germany, France, Finland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Belgium.
So people without an MSDNAA Account are also able to get something.
Giving away software or free is a pretty nice thing to do. Seems as if the OSX/Linux competition has stepped up.
At least Windows Server 2003 can be transformed into a nice workstation (I think there were even guides on howto transform it into a PC for gaming).

iPaper is a lightweight alternative to Adobe Reader that streams
documents in your web browser similar to YouTube videos. It's fast,
free, and won't crash your browser. iPaper would also let you put ads in

Gert Postel besuchte die Hauptschule und schloss eine Ausbildung zum Postboten ab.

Obwohl er niemals ein Medizinstudium absolviert hatte, bewarb sich Postel unter dem Namen Dr. med. Dr. phil. Clemens Bartholdy im September 1982 um die Stelle des stellvertretenden Amtsarztes in Flensburg und wurde eingestellt.
Durch einen Zufall — er verlor eine Geldb√ɬ∂rse mit zwei Ausweisen, die auf unterschiedliche Namen ausgestellt waren — wurde im April 1983 seine wahre Identit√§t festgestellt und Postel aus dem Dienst entfernt. 1984 erhielt er wegen mehrfacher Urkundenf√§lschung, missbr√§uchlichen F√ºhrens akademischer Titel sowie der F√§lschung von Gesundheitszeugnissen eine Bew√§hrungsstrafe. Weitere Anstellungen als Arzt folgten, u. a. in der Privatklinik von Prof. Julius Hackethal und als Stabsarzt bei der Bundeswehr.

I don't really know if it's the correct way to fix it, but so far it seems to have worked.
My old posts are back to normal again and

1. In /etc/apache2/sites-available/ I edited my .conf file to contain the following line:

AddDefaultCharset utf-8

2. add this line to the mt-config.cgi:
PublishCharset utf-8

Concerning the Apache change you might wanna look here
Here's the important part:
AddDefaultCharset should only be used when all of the text resources to which it applies are known to be in that character encoding and it is too inconvenient to label their charset individually. One such example is to add the charset parameter to resources containing generated content, such as legacy CGI scripts, that might be vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks due to user-provided data being included in the output. Note, however, that a better solution is to just fix (or delete) those scripts, since setting a default charset does not protect users that have enabled the "auto-detect character encoding"; feature on their browser.