Monthly Archives: April 2014

Just a quote, to make you think about … anything

Just a quote to make to think about just anything. E.g., business life (..!): Have you ever noticed that anybody driving slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac? [George Carlin] And you … Continue reading

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Many Books bQ, part V

Progressing with my Recommended Reading list, part V already. Index Librorum … In random order (!); semantically and qua Importance. Seek order and you’ll be disappointed – that would be a result. But this time, a little theme’let of sorts … Continue reading

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The age-old question of transcendence

First, a picture of course: [“Mehh, why not just put a concrete slab over the canal..?”; Calatrava at Hoofddorp] After finishing reading (partially as in ‘studying’) Smarter Than You Think (again), I saw this little piece on transcendence … taking … Continue reading

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Legal honey

[Life is hard, moose style (i.e., no Tim Horton in sight)] Hey has anyone ever investigated the various legal ramifications re honeypots? Because, there’s two elements at play: Usually, one would put a honeypot in place to gather evidence of … Continue reading

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Does ES equal PR ..?

In Clive Thompson’s Smarter Than You Think. near the end there’s a reminder: In 1996, writer and electronic activist John Perry Barlow proclaimed “A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace.” Addressing old-school governments – “you weary giants of flesh and … Continue reading

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Many Books bQ, part IV

Progressing with my Recommended Reading list, part IV already. Index Librorum … In random order (!); semantically and qua Importance. Seek order and you’ll be disappointed – that would be a result.

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Hold on – new posts in the making

It has been a while, I know. Tried to remain off-line for ten days – it worked. New posts are in the making, and will be scheduled and released over the next days. No worries! And a picture to ease … Continue reading

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