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my silent sorry...

I find myself regretting thoughts and words from my recent past.

My camouflage friend was telling the truth…

and I find myself wishing I had thought of her differently. 114 more words

Poetry

A JOURNALIST'S DILEMMA: WHEN TECHNOLOGY FAILS US

Journalists get criticised a lot when they make a mistake.

These mistakes reflect the reality that, as hard as we try to get the facts right, sometimes we get them wrong. 181 more words

LONDON FILM FESTIVAL 2013

LASA, Look Alike Sounds Alike

Kalo dari pelajaran Bahasa Indonesia kita mengenal homofon alias kesamaan bunyi dan homograf alias kesamaan tulisan. Di dunia kesehatan khususnya di dunia kefarmasian dikenal LASA. 609 more words

Apoteker

What's Your Biggest IT Security Risk? Look in the Mirror.

The next time your company finds itself the victim of a security breach, it would be natural if you got angry and wanted to blame whatever type of criminal hacker you think might have carried it out. 224 more words

Enterprise

Understanding the 'Swiss Cheese Model' of Error

The human lapses that occurred after the computerized ordering system and pill-dispensing robots did their jobs perfectly well is a textbook case of English psychologist James Reason’s “Swiss cheese model” of error.

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Nonfiction

mirage and camouflage

Words appear from a distant friend
Forming questions within a text.
Inquiring, relating, communicating…
All appearing to be true.
Days gone by,
The friend…is gone, 85 more words

Photography

Is ‘human error’ the handicap of human factors? A discussion among human factors specialists.

Following most major accidents, one phrase is almost guaranteed to headline in the popular press: ‘human error’. The concept is also popular in the ergonomics and human factors (EHF) discipline and profession; it is probably among the most profitable in terms of research and consultancy dollars. 3,533 more words

Safety