Monthly Archives: October 2016

Really Bad Life

The recent spat on (team, in particular) sports not being the character building they’re supposed to be, has a pendant in other realms of game as well. The former, here; the latter, here. Where, similar to other areas of enticement … Continue reading

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Golden Oldie Pic of the Day

Just like that. [Yes even my hero you can’t trust… Assignment for next month: Reflect on your organisation’s security posture.]

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Peak Gulden

I’ve been dabbling in this pure-fiat money (sic) Gulden that is an attempt to indeed bring back the Dutch florin wink. So far, I only put a toe into that water, and ’twas a profitable ride indeed. Should’ve moved all-in … Continue reading

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Needing trolley answers — NOW!

Needing your help on this. In two ways…: How come all the ethicists dreaming up ever more complex versions of the Trolley Problem, but are only too gleefully snickering at n00bs-to-the-field that figure out the peculiarities as they are led … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo very happy with all well-wishes

Customers send flowers and baskets to sick bank October 14, 2016 by George Greenspan Wells Fargo CEO Timothy Sloan feels support from all the heartwarming cards, fruit baskets, teddy-bears and drawings he has received. “Thank you so much, dear ‘people’,” … Continue reading

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All Your Data Are Belong To Us

Or, in the form of a question: When a. One has to notify authorities of any (possible!) data leak, per law, in Europe and soon maybe also in the USofA, b. Even BIOSses aren’t secure anymore, baked in from the … Continue reading

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Help determine this rock

I have an inkling of what this piece of art means, but would there be anyone out there that, under strict confidentiality of course, could provide a full explanation ..? In particular — but including full context — what the … Continue reading

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