Monthly Archives: October 2015

Roboccountant

Talking about robotisation of the accountancy industry… Automation is letting a computer do the same, or about the same, as was previously done by hand and/or mind. This ‘doing’ is a walk-through of an algorithm. In its simplest form, and … Continue reading

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Your enhancement needed, again

Yes, enhancement needed and you are in the same sentence. Because in the back of your head, you know you need it.And, in particular, you know you need it for the below post, which is a plain repost of an … Continue reading

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Should I go or should I go – Maps out of bounds

Oh-kaye, was on my way yesterday to this seminar on IoT — which is irrelevant info (is it?) but whatever — when I turned to Maps for final approach instructions, appropriate as I was, relatively speaking, props traffic i.e., by … Continue reading

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Romantic (Star) Wars

Ah, the romance! That will be proven to be the basis for the Star Wars movie (original one, the rest is after(sic)thought; also, future tense, as we near the future of Back To). Since the many that say it so … Continue reading

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Is the Valley over the hill ..?

This, about real estate. How some current wave of innovation is in its tail stages, like this. Is that bad, or is it a sign of health to enter the unhealthy stage ..? Riddles… Or rather, it’s about how the … Continue reading

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The End (of the week) Is Nigh

A couple of weeks ago, there was this little discussion on history writing re the birth of the Third Industrial Revolution. Walking by my own bookshelves — desperately trying to keep the Unread under 50, the Read explode anyway — … Continue reading

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The definitive Top 2000 of 2015, already

Which of course isn’t; it’s the Top 2266 for one thing and Definitive is slightly understating it. And yes, it is downloadable in plain Excel, for your own tinker and play, in this file; checked and clean (no subversive content). … Continue reading

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