Category Archives: musings on life

Is there a reality out there?

Human beings love stories. We thrive on them, they evoke our emotions and give us reason to live (or die for that matter). Stories are what give us sense and meaning. Stories are also almost absolutely subjective, at least in … Continue reading

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Maintenance can be creative work as well

Up until recently I had not realized this simple truth: things do decay, and to maintain their functionality one has to expend energy, sacrifice time and put an actual effort into it. I think this is one of these fundamental … Continue reading

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New name? You bet!

Complaining is relatively easy and deeply ingrained in the culture of the country that I come from. I admit that a few entries on this blog are the result of my frustration with software that is almost “good enough” or … Continue reading

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Synchronicity and confirmation bias – a difference

And now for something completely different. The concept of synchronicity is quite simple – it is a subjective feeling that two events are meaningfully related. For example, I look for information on problem A, then in my spare time I … Continue reading

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