Monthly Archives: February 2015

Where have all the good blogs gone ..?

Except for this one you’re reading, that will stay on for some time to come … But where would I find some taxonomy of publication ..? We have the good old ‘new content lines in index.html’, outright blogs (WordPress, Typepad, … Continue reading

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Kraftwerk or De Kooning ..?

With all the talk about how, in the end, all of our jobs may be taken over by automatons, and us being left with nothing but idleness (as, e.g., this and many other posts on this blog), and erratic behavior … Continue reading

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My Opia

Not being your topia anywhere or dys here topia or whatever. Was struck by the surge in posts, columns, articles about security in IoT. Because it appears to indicate a need for a new index. Being on the level of … Continue reading

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Progress.

This is it. Progress of the most clear sort. For those that look in the right direction(s), with the right glasses (no, no, not …) – and lenses. Just enjoy. This. As will some from these kind of corners. Which … Continue reading

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Better IoT privacy

Oh, I’ve been outdone again, in some ways. Which isn’t a big deal; ’twill happen to you, often, too. This time, it’s about the IAM in IoT that I signalled here and here, here, and here as a generic problem. … Continue reading

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To agree

One cannot not agree with this GF: Every student in any school should learn to program informatics – the extension is essential. Elke leerling in elke school moet de kans krijgen om informatica te leren: http://t.co/YCLivQW2Sw — Gideon Folkers (@gideonfolkers) … Continue reading

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Hegelian Hybris

A short post for All, and for None. Whether you like it, or not. If you got the reference (*sigh*; here, for the outitiated)    you may read on Else    #include <complex.h> Endif Where there’s a line from the Classics, the … Continue reading

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