Monthly Archives: December 2013

Floating up levels

[Airplane, close to AMS] Seems like true professions work the same as life philosophies (‘religions’ et al.). The masses, the first 85%, work like worker bees. Need to be kept in check as they are ‘unfree’ (in a sense…) to … Continue reading

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Still no real investment

[Not NN, you fool] Inspired by the picture: How come we still haven’t recovered from the age of panicky crawling backwards ..? As witnessed by the lack of real, true investment for the longer term. Longer term, not being as … Continue reading

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Less more

[Colmar, of course] Being in a Christmas spirit. Just read a piece in HBR on ‘prosperity’. Which seems to hinge on the definition of that so much that it hurts. It appears that ‘prosperity’ is slaving oneself to death … ? … Continue reading

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Wired / tired / expired

[A building. What parti; what intention, does it work ..?] I really wish Wired mag would bring back its wired/ tired/ expired jargon watch. Online, of course. We need it. Online, all sorts of things may be kept in a … Continue reading

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Prediction of “A”PIs for IoT

[Some years ago, IL] Ah, one thing I was concerned about, is elucidated elsewhere, already. And ten more, halfway between hard tech deep innovation and societal acceptance.

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IoT to retail

[East South Bank] I had these ‘predictions’ for retail. Now IoT comes along (though 2014 is way too early; 2016-2018 is more likely); would’ve had to include it. But may take a while. So enjoy, and stitch both together…

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On qualitative calculations

[Guess the country. Wrong.] Some time ago, I hinted that maybe some combination of fuzzy logic and wavelet-like mathematics might deliver tools for qualitative risk management calculations. Now is the time to delve a little into the subject. If possible, … Continue reading

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