Tag Archives: tired

Local jargon

… Suddenly it struck me. In my usual rants against ‘governance’ as in many of my earlier blog posts, the non-existent airheaded formalities that stand in the way of real, not the deflated style of management, I forgot one piece: … Continue reading

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Ringtones on deaf ears

[Abridged repost; relevant again] There seems to have been an explosion of (news over) ~mojis lately. Like, the past half year has seen a proliferation of subsets and niceties that, as a phenomenon, spell the end of interest in messaging. … Continue reading

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How to Not Authentic

Oh how Ecce Homo it is … In the search for authenticity, exposing one’s pathetically empty on that subject. Of course, referring to this here column on the desperation of searching the real deal — that straight away exposes itself … 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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Ringtones on deaf ears

Must … resist … being … too … negative … There seems to have been an explosion of ~mojis lately. Like, the past half year has seen a proliferation of subsets and niceties that, as a phenomenon, spell the end … Continue reading

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The Holidays

The (…) holidays are all around us. Except maybe in that North-American corner where the 5% of world population holds out that don’t celebrate (any) of that. How nice would it be if the rest would hold an indefinite holiday, … Continue reading

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Stale^2

Hm, wanted for once (huh?) to not be negative, deriding but … This here piece calls for comment. Like: Instating a quality seal for products that should be considered well-matured, almost outdated tiny point solutions; isn’t that overly stale2 ..? … Continue reading

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