To err is human, they say.
Most people know that to err is human. What arises from that is something I explore in outline here. Because ‘the humans’ know that it is human to err, general they think that: they deserve sympathy others must accept an apology offered. non-acceptance of an apology means the other personRead More
Thought for tomorrow
It is really quite simple – if you don’t manage your time, other people and circumstances will mismanage it for you. It’s not money. It’s not love. It’s not food. It’s not even air! Your most valuable asset – the most valuable asset for all sentient human life is ‘time’.Read More
Erasure–it’s likely to happen to you
I’ve been shouting and screaming about the need to backup all important electronic data, for quite some time. See what happened when Mat Honan, “a senior reporter for Gizmodo, got hacked [and]…lost most of his digital property (photos, emails, documents and so on), and most of his ways of communicatingRead More
Of paranoia, lethargy and reality
It’s an amazing age of the internet; the greatest time to be alive and to make one’s presence known – but.. but..these are dangerous times!! If you get your image or personal details out there on the internet, bad things will happen to you. People will find you, harass you,Read More
A stupid situation with emails–or rather people.
This is brutal – as you might have come to expect. This is the situation. You send an email to someone. You double check that it’s left your email box and it shows as ‘sent’ in your sent box. You wait on a response. There is no response or acknowledgementRead More
Dummies to suffer even more
As the 3rd May 2012 approaches, there is a greater chance that a whole load of dummies are gonna be ripped off here in Britain. What’s so special about 3rd May, you may be wondering and scratching your head. Well, Samsung having rocketed to pole position as world leader inRead More
Situation at a parking meter machine
Everyday situations bring some fascination about the human condition. I’ve done my shopping and return to a multi-storey car park. There is small bay where you go – on foot – to pay for the time that your car spent parked. There are two machines. One large, the other smallRead More