As long as carbon counters last, I will try to pick the high-carbon option.
For good looks:
ATM card slots are a bad design. But they can be put to good use.
“Found a card? Slide it into any of our ATMs. We’ll take care of it.”
(Then notify the customer about where the card was returned so he is more likely to unriddle how he lost it.)
Just four stills from Mestre. I was changing trains and didn’t have enough time to reach the canals.
Plants and an orange building:
The World Economic Forum is “committed to improving the state of the world”.
That’s right. State of the world means world state—world government.
It’s good to reïnvest profits into development, but I won’t tie my hands by calling my company a nonprofit.
The Digital Services Act is yet another European regulation stomping upon people’s freedoms.
Hate speech is not a crime, but rather speech hated by puppeteers. Moderation should be handled by webstead administrators, not by Brussels bureaucrats.
BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) will have 6 other countries join next year.
Let’s call it Bricks from now on.
Politics is a sociëtal cancer. It is evil, but ignoring it only leads to poorer outcomes.
In Greek, the word idiot pretty much used to mean apolitical. Don’t be an idiot.
I will be giving a talk about the state of modern technology at Villa La Brise in Sanremo.
Saturday 9 September, 17:30.