Monthly Archives: January 2014

From the digital front, no news (?)

[Warped, intentionally [,|so] beautiful] Hey, has anyone noticed how silent it has been for the past couple of months (maybe six), on ‘cyber’warfare ..? Was reminded when that phrase was so preciously avoided in this (Dutch) piece. Apart from the … Continue reading

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Book by Quote: Mintzberg’s Managing

[Or a mess, when addressed too formally] Yet another ‘Book By Quote’ then (An attempt to subjectively summarise a book by the quotes I found worthwhile to mark, to remember. Be aware that the quotes as such, aren’t a real … Continue reading

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A maze-ing

[What a view] I was unpleasantly surprised by Tim Harford’s note on mazes in the economy. Because he’s so right: We’re all taken for a ride, not only in casinos but ever more often, IRL, with utilities (among which phone) … Continue reading

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Inequality, trust and security

[Caen; secure?] To start, just as a quote, then, from Bruce Schneier’s blog: Income Inequality as a Security Issue This is an interesting way to characterizing income inequality as a security issue: …growing inequality menaces vigorous societies. It is a … Continue reading

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Bias Time (4 of 9)

[Open inside] Yes, it’s bias time again. The fourth of the series of biases that you, yes you, have. Even if you are aware of these, and even if you consciously try to correct for them to be, heh, ‘objective’, … Continue reading

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Fallingwater Friday, again..!

Fallingwater Friday again… View from the approach.

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WaardeNloos

[Wise rule, peace and quiet, Granada] Yet another ‘Book By Quote‘ then (An attempt to subjectively summarise a book by the quotes I found worthwhile to mark, to remember. Be aware that the quotes as such, aren’t a real unbiased … Continue reading

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