Monthly Archives: October 2014

Truth

Still haven’t heard the explanation on: versus: Really. How rebellious. How focused on uncompromising perfect design as the key (’cause functionality-wise, lagging before inception), ‘shocking’ the globe. I still haven’t heard anyone have an explanation. Would you ..?

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Spam (out) of control

How is it that for decades, we had been used to managerial spans of control being in the 5-to-10, optimal (sic) 8 range, whereas what we had in the past couple of decades is spans of control in the 2-3 … Continue reading

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SPICE things up, maturely

Where just about everyone in my Spheres was busy ‘implementing’ (quod non) all sorts of quality ‘assurance’ or ‘control’ (2x quod non) models, in the background there was quite some development in another, related area that may boomerang back into … Continue reading

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Cuffed to happen

This here masterpiece of course was bound to happen. Although with WiFi access, one would wonder about cloud sync / storage …Oh WiFi hotspot no less… Pic, again next time.

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A simple explanation of Bitcoin “Sidechains”

Originally posted on Richard Gendal Brown:
Could sidechains be the enabler of “semi-decentralised” Bitcoin products and services? An important paper was published this week: If you’ve followed Bitcoin for any time, you’ll know this is a seriously eminent group of authors It describes…

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In that Case, No.

Is your organization still replying on ‘business’ ‘cases’ to fund projects? Then there’s a special place for you in Dorchester. When building such business cases – apologies for not mocking that newspeak already & ndash;, have you ever come up … Continue reading

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There’s hope

Though hope has never been solid business planning, as it is what’s left after all rational expectations and handles have vanished and only leaving it to fate remains, this move may, may have some impact in one way or another: … Continue reading

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