Monthly Archives: February 2014

Too (much) content with myself

This is what I feel when blogging and no-one reads the Profound Gold Nuggets of Insight, the Diamonds of Wisdom I provide… Oh well, here’s your picture again: [Valencialatrava]

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Books, over ebooks

[Once new, new york] Was challenged about the virtues of the old-style paper books over eBooks. Just give you this hint (warning: if you’re one of these victims, you may not be interested). #3 in particular is one which is … Continue reading

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Three shorties

Just to drop it; two and a half links to interesting articles. According to me, as I determine what goes here… and in a positive mood. First, a picture for your viewing delight: [Njagra folls, yes] OK, one on invention, … Continue reading

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Shortie: We’re all doomed now

[Plugged in now, as it was already on radio news yesterday – some time after I scheduled this tweet. Hm. Want to be First…] Oh my G; we’re all doomed now. Due to this … Or can we hang in … Continue reading

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Covey. Books by Quote (Dutch)

[From chaos onto calmth] There you have it; Stephen Covey’s Seven Hobbits. Hobbies – I mean, Habits of Effective Leadership. In Dutch. You may figure out for yourself why I copied the quotes; either because I find them valuable or … Continue reading

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Shortie: A sad day. Warning!

[This is pretty by its ugliness… not so much for: ] A sad day it was, last week… Can humanity allow this hairinsanity ..?

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Battles; aren’t we over them?

[Yes that actually is a watch – well, sundial but still] Hmmm, just when I thought that manufacturer battles had gone out of style (would’ve been something for these lists), here we go again: Wired’s take on the next one.

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