Monthly Archives: September 2015

Blown over — smart dust or where is it?

In all the news about IoT, where has the (admittedly far-flung) prediction about ‘smart dust’ gone ..? Where has the smart dust gone? Was it a wormhole glimpse into the future, was it some runaway brainstorm on steroids (or other … Continue reading

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Growth / disruption

I have a number of pics for you… As it stands, I haven’t been able to find sufficient time to write out all that I wanted to have depicted… Meaning you’ll have to do the interpretation yourself. Like, e.g., after … Continue reading

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Trivial TLA Things-Tip

If you Thought This Time Things would be easier, as the universality of plug-‘n-play has spread beyond even the wildest early dreams into the realms of the unthought-of non-thinkingness, think again. Drop the again. Think. That was IBM’s motto, and … Continue reading

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Complexity beaten by [The mechanics of Joe Average]

Yes it’s time to remind you again. And again. That the mechanics of the mindset of Joe Average (notice how that’s a he not she …?) will beat even the best laid-out strategic plans, Von Moltke-style. As can be read … Continue reading

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Darn Drone-Downers

Another alliterating ad-lib post here. About the right (not) to take care of your own privacy behind your own front door. Seriously; here now is an item of societal structure that needs fixing and for once can be fixed ahead … Continue reading

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Gaming comms is deadly serious

I was reading up a bit (again) in Eric Berne’s masterpiece Games People Play, and realized a great many of the Child moves in just about every game, approached how some nefarious organisations seeking sub-animal-level absolute tyrannical power under the … Continue reading

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Upping crypto

Lukewarm protests against Free Crypto, and trawling the oceans completely empty for metadata if not more … Seems like a two-faced two-front ‘battle’ that may even be tiring to uphold (face): Once one is into meta because it gives so … Continue reading

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