Category Archives: Architecture

The ransom monster

Now that the ‘No way josé’ solutions against ransomware [regular back-ups, virtualisation of servers, and tight intrusion controls et al.] have become so widely known, and ransomware having evolved to be more of the APT kind (incubating for up to … 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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Tugging on with Thoreau

It’s not enough to be industrious; so are the ants. What are you industrious about? As a warning to the many that just continue to be ‘compliant’, letting their best, and next in line their mehhh, drain and be crowded … Continue reading

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Oh, about yesterday’s culture

… to return to yesterday’s topic; an afterthought. That, most, al-most always, thinking about culture from the bottom up is. Leading to the babble that is. Where of course this bottom-up thinking should be the very first thing to do. … Continue reading

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Culture for breakfast, since it’s so light and airheaded

Yet again some oversight body / de facto regulator gave wind that they already had changed to auditing Culture and the Tone At The Top including Behaviour and Awareness, apart from mere ([ed.]) process and technology. To get the latter … Continue reading

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The Body of the Mind

Quick note: Still wondering whether the brain may function as smoothly when not connected in the most natural of ways with the body that feeds (…) it and vice versa. Yes — decoupling of functions and/or replication of interfaces may … 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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