Monthly Archives: May 2015

Will amount to not much

… Was the typical reaction that long (!) time ago when this aired. Which was, statistically, correct I guess. When betting on binary outcomes ( [Huge | Nothing] ) with so skewed a distribution [Intermission: What would the moment-generating function … Continue reading

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Too Big (to … whatever)

As predicted, ERP has dropped from view in the world of business and/or tech. Because reasons. Many of which have to do with the bigness of it all; one would really need to have a business so big to be … Continue reading

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A rough drive to success

How is it that there are so many paths to success – and not all of them involve heroism, drive, luck over misfortune, etc. …? Because, for one, we may diss the simply very lucky (by birthplace, geo/socially) that have … Continue reading

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‘sup, competitor ..?

Oh yes, of course. One couldn’t leave Docker to capture all the market as one understands the power of (being a) monopoly, right ..? Was the first that crossed my mind when reading this here piece on D’s competitor Rocket. … Continue reading

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Golden Oldie Pic Of The Day

Yup it’s time for one of those again:

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Pro-nun-ciation

OK. We already had the CGEIT title certification. Which is pronounced in Dutch as ‘See goat’. Now let’s add CSX. Pronounced by all as ‘See sex’. Oh jolly! One is ignorant, XOR one is prepubescent. Either way, #fail – big … Continue reading

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Some less than 1% spenders

Just dropping it here; not all of the 1% are big spenders. Some have human motives to live differently. Now; how to get the others to contribute ..? … Or; how to get the unspent and the uncaringly spent, to … Continue reading

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