Monthly Archives: July 2011

A rusty lock

It began when I uttered some strong, slightly derogative statements about the security of a system in the vicinity of one of it’s architects. In stead of starting an argument – an argument he would no doubt have won easily … Continue reading

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Parallel existences: Bumps for the blind

As you might know from a previous post, I have some interest in parallel worlds. This picture is evidence of another one. This world is less obvious then the Terminal World. Contrary to Terminal, this one is accessible to anyone, … Continue reading

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A voluptuous lady

When my editor selected this photograph she probably did that because she liked it. She, however, is not the one that has to write the accompanying text. That at least has some semblance to the picture. And I forgot to … Continue reading

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Parallel existences: the terminal world

My current job has introduced me to the existence of a parallel world. A world in which the word “premium” statistically occurs more than in ours. A world in which time is bent in such a way that it slows … Continue reading

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An emergency exit

Well. What have we here? That’s exactly what I thought when I passed this wall in a backstreet in The Hague. The Hague is a city, and as it is with cities, there is always some part of the center … Continue reading

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