Monthly Archives: August 2015

Tempting Under-30’s

It dawned, suddenly. The ubiquity of lists of Under 30 mil/billionaires, where they live, etc. All that attention – Why? Jealousy? Maybe, (most) partially that is the lure for attention. [Note that it dawned only. If you’d find this post … Continue reading

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Industry tourism

… not the other way around. Or, both. Where the most afford-able tourists will ‘move on’ to ever newer places when things get too crowded, or just too common, they will in the end return to past favourites, when the … Continue reading

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Still going, maybe not strong but still

Would anyone have a list of ‘development’ re obsoletion of (tech) products that isn’t / aren’t ..? Like, e.g., email, and offices (of the corner-/cubicle- kind), and paperless. As I was pointed out recently in a tweet (@MEFDeBock) where staff … Continue reading

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Keezel: Online freedom

Now, biting my nails awaiting delivery …

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(Old) New non-app

For those that see the world as coming to an end i.e. have a slight dislike for the popularity of apps and their users in particular, there’s hope of sorts in e.g., this. As not all the world has in … Continue reading

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De administratie is van geen van allen … [Dutch]

Was triggered by this here article, as read in het Parool but repubd – and deserves republication in many more places. Yes it’s in Dutch unfortunately, as I don’t think the problem is exclusive but it may be tearjerkingly worse … Continue reading

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Unknown Stats

Just as an intermission; this. QQ, QZone ..? Good to (learn to) know (them), if only to wake us up to the classic-Western-world bias some may have… That’s all for now. Your conclusions are valid, almost as valid as mine, … Continue reading

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