Monthly Archives: December 2014

Going out / in

A final note … was meant to have some celebratory spirit. But maybe it’s also a looking-back bit in a sense, if you read between the lines; of the mess we’ve made of the world. But then, it is a … Continue reading

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Golden Oldie Pic of the Day

So, before leaving 2014 to its own devices and historians’ misinterpretations into all directions (un)thinkable, here’s this for you:

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Shortie: Trickle Down

Most of you know I (dis)like Mandeville’s argument that the vices of the richest are what society lives on/off. Suddenly, the TD-effect (which may very well sound like an ugly STD) falls into place in my schemes: Or, as in … Continue reading

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Solution

I think I have the solution to this one but unfortunately the Internet is too small to write it down.

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Golden oldie pic of the day

How’zat for Open Source … (Hi #Jolla fans like @meneer …!). It’s all about balance. Take Apple, and many others. Balance. Really – because open source developers need to push a little further to get past this:

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Postdictions 2014-IV and Final

A progress report on the Predictions 2014 I made in several posts here, at the end of the year. So, going for final verdicts. And quite a score and end result… I gathered some evidence, but probably you have much … Continue reading

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Careful times

This day and age, one cannot be too careful with one’s digital traces. To the point where normal functioning in modern society is impacted. And then, that’s not enough. Your mere existence may cause trouble by you not being the … Continue reading

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