Monthly Archives: March 2014

Postdictions 2014-I

A progress report on the Predictions 2014 I made in several posts here, after Q1. First, of course, a picture: [Skinny thumbs up] So, there they are, with the items collected from several posts: Trust Well, there’s the demise of … Continue reading

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Many Books by Quote

By means of a start of a Recommended Reading list. Index Librorum …In random order (!); semantically and qua Importance. Seek order and you’ll be disappointed – that would be a result. More will follow…

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Seriously, what is @google up to ..?

Just a short note. Or question, rather: What the … is Google up to, these days..? I mean, Glass has turned into a pilot thing, as yet testing the waters only, but spawning a whole eco(?)system of wearables. One of … Continue reading

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My posts, automated

Why do I even write posts here, as teh (sic) process has been automated to (my interpretation of) perfection ..? And it’s picture time again: [Interpret as ‘lucky’]

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Seriously trying to win

Because it’s almost Friday and you deserve a shot at championship… I’ll leave you with this link to how/where to win in a great way. Aaaand… a picture again: [Paraguay and/or Sevilla…?]

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Pontefract on dreaming

Oh how I do <heart> Dan Pontefract’s post on dreaming. First, as you expected, a picture: [How short do real creative ideas blossom] Or, maybe go further and strengthen some, most often even virtually absent, actual praxis of rewarding the … Continue reading

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Seth’s Blog: Not even one note

Ah, so true; music over mechanics. Same in business, same gross lack of capabilities (including lack of (self)awareness about this). Seth's Blog: Not even one note. And a picture for the effort: [Walk in the vintage park]

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