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Life After Silicon: The Age of the Cup-holder

Life After Silicon:

The Age of the Cup-holder

By Shlomo Maital

   Most of us are blithely unaware of how much we owe to a law – Moore’s Law, named after Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, which says in simple language that every 12 months or so, the number of transistors in a given area doubles. 553 more words

Innovation Blog

The end of Liberalism? 

Was Fukuyama’s declaration of the ‘end of history’ premature?

Read my analysis for the Vestra Sententia think-tank here:


UK Politics

Fukuyama and Tomonoura

Going back from Onomichi I stopped in Fukuyama, the town is nothing special, but some kilometers outside is Tomonoura, an old fishermen village that is very atmospheric. 10 more words


FairPrice: 1-Day Only Deals – Haagen-Dazs 2 for $17.95, Nutella, Fukuyama Scallop & More on 9 Aug 2016

(Source: singpromos.com)

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Last Day

Starts9 Aug 2016 (Tue) (ONE day only)Location

NTUC FairPrice

Stretch your dollar with these Fairprice deals, valid only today 9 August… 221 more words


Onomichi, city of bugs

As mentioned last time, today’s topic is the temple walk of Onomichi. It is slightly embarrassing to say (or write, I guess) that I got lost before even reaching the first temple, but that’s all on me for there was a sign pointing the way that I hadn’t seen. 1,860 more words


Fukuyama on Election 2016 at Foreign Affairs

I’m basically learning to use this blogging platform, should use a youtube tutorial, but trial and error is fun:)