Monthly Archives: November 2014

Repeat: The Top 2000 or 2214 of 2014

[After apparently, some at @Top2000nl / @NPORadio2 decided that #Top2000 entries and votes were valid until yesterday this repost was in order – but the below had been out there, of course, as the definitive results already a month ago…] … Continue reading

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Jumping the aggre chasm

On the subject of individuality versus group aggregates. And where the characteristics just don’t add up because they do. As in: Elections. Every vote counts, but no single one matters. ‘Democratic’ (quod non) politics in general. Where one can only … Continue reading

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Helpful ‘failure’

This here ‘problem’ may actually not be a let-down, but a help in getting acceptance for xyzCoin (e.g., the most interesting zippcoin project!). Or ..? Your comments, please. And, of course:

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Lihipving areas

Just a short reference (why would one want to use the antiquated word ‘link’, right?), in this case about (overdoing to the ecco huomo level of) the .ipster (censured) lifestyle. I’ll leave you with your daily dose of medicine: [Girona, … Continue reading

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Maslow for companies

Some first sketches of an idea that sprang to mind during some musings about (the feasibility of) schemes that classify maturity levels for companies, or organisations. The idea being that the common Maslow pyramid that, despite some critique here and … Continue reading

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From Sedlacek to accountancy

While going through Sedláček’s seminal Economics of Good and Evil – which should be a mandatory read for all economics, business, and audit (-of-all-sorts) students, I came across one part that struck me as possibly relevant for direct application in … Continue reading

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Golden Oldie Pic Of The Day

Yup it’s time for one of those again: No, not even my office. I prefer Ployez-Jacquemart, or by reprehensible lack of that, Bollinger. May water the plant with this one; poor thing.

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