Monthly Archives: March 2017

Obviously for tomorrow: a rerun of Elk, Moose, Reindeer, Wapiti, Caribou, Deer

As an intermission: Would you know which is which, of the above/below …? And then, there’s continental differences … First up, the Elk: Servus Canadensis, the wapiti indeed. Next up, the Elk: know as such in Eurasia including those tinny … Continue reading

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Going over (not board)

Hey just to let you know per … yesterday, hum, I’ve moved fresh posts to maverisk.nl (oh and I did move over all history, too…). So, all the new viewing pleasure is there… [Château d’Ancy le Franc, obviously; Freemason’s pyramid ominously]

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Is the EU repivoting ..?

Just a question; is the EU repivoting its society / economy ..? Like, it stays away from the troubles of off-shoring / de-industrialisation versus global oil struggles versus growth hacking for the purpose of masses’ employment. It’s just not into … Continue reading

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Forever on Page 50

With all the talk about whatever ends up on the Internet, will be around to be found forever, there’s a couple of things: It may be on the Internet still, however erased according to the Right to be Forgotten, but … Continue reading

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Book by Quotes: The Sarick Effect of Originals

How Original is that.By Adam Grant. Well, it turns out to be (p.77). A very limited sample of quote-worthy lines, commented, from much more that one should live by: ”The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one … Continue reading

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More of less

Digital cameras: The more pixels and quality-enhancing features (filters, autocorrect et al), the bigger the mass of lousy to so-so-at-best pictures taken. Selfies as case in point. The less, percentage-wise, the real art photography — squared with more picture exposure … Continue reading

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Tragic users

Isn’t it a tragedy that those that would most need full but fully inconspicuous, unnoticable security on socmed et al., are the ones that care the least? This, both in careful scouring of legalese and practical settings, tools, and what … Continue reading

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