Monthly Archives: January 2016

Your valued info at risk

Ah, just noted: A great many of you may have switched (or, c’mon don’t be a laggard or too late, will soon switch) to self-assessments of risks, even to the level of detail of data security (as part of information … Continue reading

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Who needs slaves ..?

When you can have serfdom? The first, merely meaning physical-legal possession, burdensome. The second one, utter dependence by the subservient of the Master. So, ‘we’ (ahum speak for yourselves) aren’t slaves of SocMed, we’re ‘merely’ not merrily their serfs. Which … Continue reading

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The year of No More Oops

… Hoping this year, reps will wise up and don’t treat (insult) their valued customers like they should’ve known they themselves are, i.e., like little children. Why, oh why, would anyone still respond to socmed complaints with “Oops, something’s not … Continue reading

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Bunch of quote’lets

Just a short list of quotes (#2…), from someone after a life-long study: “Institutions are the enemy of creativity.” “So Codes are the mental limitations of short men, short of experience, short of imagination, short of courage, short of common … Continue reading

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Aquariunism

After reading Graeber’s exposé on the confluence of ‘human economy’ and communism (Yes. Though those that foulmouth ‘commies’ are probably too low on the IQ scale to be able to grasp the actual ideas…), I wondered: Where in this spectrum … Continue reading

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A footnote to theses

Not to Theseus, however close. But on the superfluence of latter-day (PhD- in particular) theses in printed form. Wouldn’t they be much better on-line, in a format with clickable hyperlinks ..? Wasn’t that what hyperlinking was ‘invented’ for ..!? Why … Continue reading

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The new, once again

… Just to drop the note that Over 50 is the new Under 30. Because somehow I need that to be so, since recently. And, for this: [Plucked from some LI post. And, because it’s true. All the brave new … Continue reading

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