Monthly Archives: June 2015

Publi(li)us, in series; part II

OK, the second part of a series, on quotes of the guy that went from Publius to Publilius Syrus in a century, after having been forgotten [Oh! How unduly! How unfortunate! Hence this series] for a century or fifteen. As … Continue reading

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Off Maps

Again an intermission. About interruption. Of interesting innovation(s). Jsut to put it down like that; we tend to see only the successes – of the time being. But the once were warriors of disruption aren’t all, around, anymore. Be ware … Continue reading

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Publi(li)us, in series; part I

OK, as the first part of a series, possibly, on quotes of the guy that went from Publius to Publilius Syrus in a century, after having been forgotten [Oh! How unduly! How unfortunate! Hence this series] for a century or … Continue reading

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Tax reform, city closure: Really …?

With the Summer approaching (though not having the weather accordingly yet, here in NL), discussions about closing city centers to “old” diesels (even the types with filters that are cleaner that regular cars!), and changing settings in e-car subsidies because … Continue reading

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Road rage (autonomous car edition)

Two things about self-driving cars: When a fully ready car leaves the factory, it should be programmed completely, at least with all needed to function independently from thereon. Does it think at that very moment “Ugh here I am, just … Continue reading

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Singularity / M-jumps

Musing with the ideas, suddenly (?) resurfacing the last couple of weeks, of memes being the abstract ideas that spread over human brains like viruses do in the physical world. Where ‘virus’ taken in a wide sense may include the … Continue reading

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Where accountancy will go

Considering the progress made in the accountancy sector with ‘continuous’ assurance, it struck me that until now, process (read: mere procedures) was driven by technology, at least up till now. Because the idea of ‘transactions’ in that, now quickly antiquating, … Continue reading

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