… and why I suck at them.
All what is happening around us, the digitisation of our world and the ever-connectedness that comes with it, to me this is all just an awe-inspiring invigorating enlivening exhilarating over the moon one great fucking huge adventure, with software sprouting everywhere only to be consumed brainfinger-lickingly, and with layers that are going down deeper and deeper and everything being close-looped and crossed over, all that just absolutely blows my mind, every single day, again and again. That what is ahead of us, the breadth of the tech horizon of which we’ve only just seen a fraction so far (its maybe 5:45am on a winter morning), is just so gobsmackingly fabulous and exiting and inspiring right down to the tiniest braincell (and heart.bit), its the best reason to get out of bed every morning to see where we’ve gotten to today. At least that’s what I kinda think and feel about the whole thing.
But – when at a job interview I find it simply impossible to even begin to give a proper answer to questions like “where do you see personal enhancement opportunities” or “can you describe a situation past with communication gone wrong” or “would you see yourself rather-than-as?”
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I live in allegedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. But what is being built down here, outside from the big smoke of the CBD, is in many cases simply appalling. Why is that? What is wrong with the architects in Australia, the builders, designers and the government officials who let those eye-sores pop up on every street corner?!
The need for aesthetics is a default setting in the human psyche. Councils, mayors, decision makers – Do something! Build nicer!! Get rid of those horrible ugly clubs and pubs and community halls.
For a change apply taste, reason and common sense BEFORE the first shovel hits the ground. And maybe you even manage to actually visit the place that you intent to design/restructure/claim to take care of…
Save our sanity guys – build better public spaces!!!
seen on www.atipo.bigcartel.com
The Right on Privacy has to be the most integral part of the digital age in the 21st century! It should never become outdated.
A call to push back from the Anti-Data-Retention protest movement:
Malte Spitz’ brilliant TED talk Your phone company is watching
(and don’t worry you’ll get used to the accent pretty quickly 😉
Welcome to my new blog. WordPress rocks …well almost does, had to leave my old blog behind … but egal, never mind this will do just fine as is 😉
Two Business Kasper in their natural habitat, showing the species characteristics and types of behavior.
The dilemma: I am incapable of cheating. Whenever I try I get sick and depressed.
On the other hand: Experience and intelligence tell me that we all are being tricked on a daily basis, on a massive scale.
So what to do? Simply put up with it, and see the cheaters get it all their way? Develop a handy OCD as a coping mechanism? Or fight the inner demons and cheat right back at them?
if anyone knows, please fill me in…
bummer it had to retire.
How do we want to live?
Genetic Engineering solves the world food problem, soldiers operate war drones via mouse click, high-tech coatings deliver energy, nano robotics fight cancer, and the world-wide-web answers every question.
“Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet”
Albert you rock.
all so nice and shiny ain’t it…