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Monthly Archives: April 2011
I think I have the perfect shoe wardrobe now. But is it minimalistic?…well, rather not, coming from an extreme point of view, i.e., compared to folks who are content with only one pair of vibram five fingers or such. I … Continue reading
Hi to everyone who is stumbling over my little blog here googling for nuclear power plants As you will see, this blog is not about forms of energy, or anti-nuclear activism. It’s about us living life a little differently, embracing … Continue reading
People using the Mangoro river in South-Eastern Madagascar to transport goods.
Disclaimer: Most of my information about this story comes from what I anecdotally knew before, spiced up with info from the web – I haven’t read the original “Republic” myself yet. In the cave allegory by Plato (he lets his … Continue reading
I’m just reading a book about behavioural economics (Why smart people make big money mistakes — And how to correct them by Belsky & Gilovich), and a passage about “choice conflict” stuck with me. They write about decision-making of customers … Continue reading
Only eat crackers with diet cheese every day, until your body doesn’t look a day older than twelve. Use lots of make up and spray-tan, and botox from the age of 29. Read lots of advice books on how to … Continue reading
Small things can look intimidating when you come closer. Look at the jaws (mandibles) of these leaf-cutter ants in Panama!