Back To The Future

Since the Sports Almanac expired back in 2000, we have to rely on alternative clairvoyancies. Predicting future never came cheap. In theory, the value of information (VOI) is the amount a decision maker would be willing to pay for information prior to making a decision. Today, destiny is trend, crystal-gazers …

‘All the world’s a stage.’

Right after the Shakespearian intro and just before making the entrance and taking the stage, one should check Keith Johnstone’s Improvisation and the theatre. Just in case, so you don’t forget your lines or hit the wrong note in the upcoming performance. At first glance Impro seems like an ordinary piece but …

22 million years of continuous scrolling

How long would it take you to scroll down your thoughts, best-loved movies list, lifetime achievements, favorite song lyrics, books read, emotions expressed through words, all the criticism and appraisals, photos taken, hello’s and goodbye’s, … According to BBC Future, big answers demand big questions. This is the infographic work on …

Never be, always becoming

Tucholsky and day to day philosophy. Theory of Becoming, inception, things that are alive, things that move, mingle and survive.  Communicate. When playing an instrument, one touches keys in a certain way. Whether it is harmony or chaos, it may be likeable both ways. Melody evolves and enacts certain emotions. …

At the towers peak

“And he promised that once he made his way in this world (without getting scalded to death by its many fountains of burning perfume or maimed by the endless truckloads of angry clucking cartoon chickens that were driven around the city’s streets) he would build the tallest tower of them …