“For single movements it works quite well, but a more complex conversation or a spontaneous storytelling would take typing for too long,” says Tröger. For such cases, computer programs provide the ability to store text modules and retrieve when needed. To tell, the electrical engineer much. As a sales and project engineering of a major German electrical company he has visited more than 40 countries and collected many impressions and experiences. So the father of two had the idea to write down his travel experiences and to read not only individual users of “Pure”. The idea for his book “Text blocks” was born. In just two months he wrote his stories from Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, Turkey, Ukraine, Libya, Israel, Hong Kong and Finland on the computer. No travel guide information, but in short, juxtaposed chapters his experiences and anecdotes from more than 40 countries. For example, from his first night in Moscow when he drowsily the bathroom door confused with the hotel room door. As the door fell softly behind him, he stood: barefoot and scantily dressed in the hotel corridor, but suddenly wide awake. Hidden behind a potted plant he pondered what to do, to free him two security officials from his predicament. The much-traveled Nuremberg who has found her way even in remote corners of the globe, is this book a sort of line under part of his life. Larger travel he can’t do more, sometimes he does with his wife and two children a trip in a wheelchair – the movies, the theater or friends. His world is now a specially equipped room at home, the computer’s connection to the outside.