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  • Accepting one’s disability (yesterday)

    Growing up with or without a disability is always about accepting what life’s giving you.

  • Bridge of Spies, Steven Spielberg (last Thursday)

    Spielberg is a gifted director, no one doubts that. And once again the film works perfectly and brings us from A to B without a hiccup.

  • Crawling to pubs (last Wednesday)

    I hope you’re ready for the shocking news this post brings: it’s nice to hang around with nice people – there, you were warned.

  • Fast typing (last Tuesday)

    Some things have to be repeated, again and again.

  • Doing interviews (last Monday)

    I like talking to people and learning from them. Interviews are a very good way to do just that.

  • “Enjoy it while they’re young” (12 November 2017)

    Base line: don’t listen to people (too much).

  • The Winter Guest, Alan Rickman (11 November 2017)

    Four stories told alongside, loosely connected. At first it feels like theatre brought to the screen, but soon it’s more than that.

  • Stop motion (10 November 2017)

    The Daughter had an assignment, so the Father learned a few new tricks. The normal daily life of a parent-child relationship.

  • Oh, the pain (9 November 2017)

    There is something people don’t talk much about (if ever): pain and disability.

  • Plane oil (8 November 2017)

    Less fuel consumed on a plane than on a car? How weird.

  • Photographic glossary (7 November 2017)

    Every time I encounter terms like DSLR and APS-C I wonder what they mean, so this time I’ll write it down for good.

  • X-Men: a mirror to society (6 November 2017)

    I’ve said for a long time to whoever listened that in the super-hero market, X-Men had a very special place as a thinly veiled reflection on the American society.

  • Boxes of books (5 November 2017)

    I ended up with too many boxes to fit into my flat. Going from a two-story house to a flat does that.

  • Digital legacy, so far (4 November 2017)

    I was piqued a few years ago by David’s digital legacy article and Karl’s answer and thought about it quite a lot.

  • Meaningful time (3 November 2017)

    I’m a huge “doing nothing” kind of guy, as my entourage can testify.

  • AMP, and why I don’t like it (2 November 2017)

    Google is trying to confiscate the Web with AMP, exactly like Facebook’s Instant articles.

  • Symbols of capitalism (1 November 2017)

    Campbell soup cans and Heinz red bottles are quite as solid symbols of capitalism as the Coca Cola bottle.

  • Blogvember (27 October 2017)

    Yes, it’s a new word.

  • Desire makes us alive (16 October 2017)

    Call me naive, I don’t care. I prefer my naiveté to cynicism.

  • Artificial intelligence (12 October 2017)

    I’m a groupie. My intelligence is somehow often dumbed down by the fact that if someone I respect and admire does/says something, I’m bound to follow them.

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