Monthly Archives: December 2015

Somehow, related to Big Data analysis and actions

… Where Rembrandt had an idea of a painting in his head, and executed it in his peculiar way on canvas (after which it became relatively immutable — or paint it over), we now see tons of Big Data (i.e., … Continue reading

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Swinging and chattering

Sorry, couldn’t resist to share with you this other nugget of insight and metaphor (well, rather; comparison, of apples with apples) in Mirror Worlds that, opposite of my previous optimistic post about ‘managers’, might not be taken to be cheerful … Continue reading

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Big Data, Little Decision-making

Are you ready for the coming revolution? That is in the wings by way of the data deluge that will cripple your ability to accomplish anything because you’re overwhelmed with data (“information” quod non!) to act upon in masses so … Continue reading

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Gelernter on Management

Turns out that the seminal Mintzberg’s Managing (as here), has an updated version in the almost off-hand remark by David Gelernter (in this) that we should have been dealing with an “‘organization engineer’ (otherwise known as a ‘manager’)” (p.75) all … Continue reading

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Predictions Wish List 2016

Now that you have drowned in predictions about … < fill in your favourite subject and colour the pictures > for 2016, it’s time to not only read through them and see whether you can agree — which you don’t … Continue reading

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Prediction16

Yawn. Or not. The following will get real serious in 2016. Like, People will replace newspaper time with time online, wrote Bill Gates in "The World in 1998" https://t.co/8bCPCUg1Ph pic.twitter.com/bvnMCpJJUB — The Economist (@TheEconomist) December 11, 2015 Well, for the … Continue reading

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Game season

Sooo… We have a new game console on the block. Let’s see whether the new boy will persist. This, after: Apple TV now has over 2,600 apps, mostly games https://t.co/mlo53wIQRR pic.twitter.com/JvcZTZLVq9 — TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) December 11, 2015 But which may … Continue reading

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