Month: March 2014

 

Thought for tomorrow

“Understanding how much one has learned is also about appreciating how much one has forgotten.“ – Captain Walker, March 2014.

Amused again

I tell you, my interactions with the humans are so amusing. It’s part of the reason I stay among them. It’s like watching ants in or around their nests doing various things – interesting and amusing what they get up to – pulling and tugging at small pieces of foodRead More

Good laptop purchase–and optimisations.

Recently purchased this Dell Inspiron 7737. I was aiming to purchase a 15-inch screen laptop but this 17-inch screen laptop deal turned out to be better than any 15-inch laptop I could find (at the time). [AND – this does NOT mean I like DELL or any particular brand. ReadRead More

Self-deception

I’m of course expected to be accused of being better than thou and being arrogant in writing this post. As per usual, if one (i.e. me) makes critical observations of others, this is bound to be construed as implying I’m better than others, and therefore I’m arrogant – I knowRead More

Constraints on developing expertise

Recently I discovered by chance, Forex trading. Well, I actually re-discovered it.  I had explored it about 8 years ago but it was difficult to get into because it was basically a closed shop. By that I mean, that one needed lots of money, special computers and software to getRead More

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