Monthly Archives: May 2014

Who has your back; who’s up your back side?

Depends on how you foresee the world’s wheels of fortune turn…: [Plucked via some byways from this originating site. Worth a visit!] But beware … Things may change rapidly. Advertisements

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The enemy from below

I know, I’ve been guilty of it too. Thinking, tinkering, and musing about all sorts of abstract risk management schemes, how they’re a giant mess, mostly, and how they could be improved. Here and there, even considering a middle-out improvement … Continue reading

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BBQ science. Just like science.

OK, you do actually want to read this and this, side by side. Gas or charcoal. Or both or neither. And conclude. It’s all about science… OK, and to conclude: [“Hey, isn’t that Drake’s well ..?” Yes indeed. Titusville, OH. … Continue reading

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Car industry development

It seems that famous T may be in for some competition. Serious competition, when these qualifications come true in the real world. There’s of course various ways this might work: Big Motor – the Germans, Asian, French/Asian, not so much … Continue reading

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Dyssing your U topia

Hmmm… most of these books are still future for us, and as such not outdated… The most dystopian ones, that is. Singularity, anyone ..? And, of course there’s overviews of futureness – or not. But, for the naïve: [How human-friendly … Continue reading

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(Ahead of time, because we can)

This will be published in the July ISSA Journal. Just put it down here, already, to be able to link to it. ;-] And, first, a picture: [Toronno, ON] After which (Dutch version linked here): You have the Bystander Bug … Continue reading

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One more on how the @nbacc accountants’lab’ will work in NL

Why am I somewhat convinced that this article is what the results of the accountants’lab’ that is proposed in the Netherlands, will look like. Even when I like the idea! Just not the direction the proposed content of research is … Continue reading

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