Category Archives: Sociological

Program. Check. Not.

Going to present at a conference. You know, to raise one’s reputation that is the single currency in independent-consultancyland, and to gain feedback on one’s private research and professional (industry) development zeal. So, I was to present at (ISC)2, or … Continue reading

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Alesia (This week’s Friday Folly)

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Assurance… No; continuous blockchainproofing will be

Accountants (of the certifying kind) have seen the light of continuous assurance coming. The vast majority of them reacted by being the rabbits [certainly not of the Winnebago / Native American trickster type ..!]; though assuming the headlights were and … Continue reading

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Ebow to lower prices, up the sharing ec

OK, here we have these two trends: Ebay still being around (although slowly, coming under attack from entrants; check your feeds if you’d have missed that) but when people get tired, they bid lower and lower, when at the same … Continue reading

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Swa(r)m(i’)s anyone ..?

OK. That title needs some explanation. This is that. First, a pic to display the right mood: [Office; Y2K fieldwork at Martinique] Yesterday [at time of scheduling ;-] it struck me that some years ago already – time flies like … Continue reading

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Kraftwerk or De Kooning ..?

With all the talk about how, in the end, all of our jobs may be taken over by automatons, and us being left with nothing but idleness (as, e.g., this and many other posts on this blog), and erratic behavior … Continue reading

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To study; unconscious compliance, conformity

A quite good analysis here, of this book. Which throws a wrench in many discussion positions for or against privacy … also in the light of this book. Are we numb mindless drones in larger schemes, or are we individuals … Continue reading

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