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Topsy Turvy

LESS THAN ONE year after Hurricane Katrina devastated parts of the gulf coast, our professional society convened for a Tech Education & Training Conference on infrastructure — in none other than the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. 760 more words


Reflection on Reflection #1

There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.
– uncertain origin*


*Commonly attributed to Aldous Huxley.

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Body Dysphoria

Ambiguous Androgyny (Part 2): Deconstructing an Optical Illusion

Part 1: Recognizing an Optical Illusion
~ Part 2 in the Ambiguous Androgyny series ~

“Are you watching closely?”
– Alfred Borden (The Prestige, 2006)

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CITI: If Trump wins, it would be a disaster for the global economy

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

A President Trump would not be good for the world economy, according to Citi.

Willem Buiter, the chief economist at Citi, said in a note to clients on Thursday that a Trump win would weigh heavily on financial markets and his policies would deter global trade and economic growth. 394 more words

Money Matters

Fears, Nightmares and Heatwave

We are having a heatwave here in Belgium. The mercury is climbing up to 33 degrees during the days. That is making my brain melt and I am starting to look like a piece of butter someone forgot on the sofa for a day; I droop. 753 more words


“Plan B” and the little bastard called uncertainty

Everyone has a plan of some sort. Sometimes it’s a clear vision of what the future holds. And on other occasions it’s more of a vague desire. 1,430 more words