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Murdering literature

“When you have eliminated the impossible,
whatever remains, however improbable,
must be the truth.”
-Sherlock Holmes (Conan Doyle),
in the Sign of Four, 1890.

The stories of Sherlock Holmes came to us as the first fascinating jolt that the world of grownups was sensible after all, as a tantalizing promise that growing up could be worthwhile too, and also as a hair raising awareness that life was awash with cunning, evil forces, although conquerable by the power of reason. 1,972 more words

Signs Of Times

This entry was originally posted on the CloudSource blog on December 2011

Often I receive questions about why a larger enterprise, having its own IT department, should seriously look at…

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"The most important trend IN HISTORY OF THE WORLD.."

“Cracking the Code: Understand and Profit from the Biotech Revolution That Will Transform Our Lives and Generate Fortunes.

Everything you need to know about the most important trend in the history of the world. 221 more words


Megatrend: Monumental

Megatrends are a series of trend forecasts established by Stylesight, a website that exclusively provides professionals from the industry with the technology and tools to keep up with this fast pace world. 142 more words


A hungrier, wealthier, choosier, smarter, riskier world: five challenges for Australian agriculture

Sandra Eady, CSIRO and Stefan Hajkowicz, CSIRO

You don’t need a crystal ball to know Australia’s rural industries will face significant change at global, national and local levels over the coming decades. 1,105 more words


Blockchain - a good financial disruptor

Blockchain is the financial industry latest disruptor. Many startups are using the digital-currency technology to tackle financial companies’ slow, antiquated back-office operations. For banks, the blockchain has the potential to become a technology model for a low-cost and transparent transaction infrastructure.But not only startups are embracing the revolutionary potential of the blockchain and other digital innovations, so are regulators like ESMA. 22 more words