I’m going to start this post with a metaphorical story. There was a land where the ground surface was mud. It wasn’t that big a deal and most day-to-day lives went on without much of a problem. There was an issue however, and that is, that shoes would get stuck onto the mud. Sometimes it… Continue reading Privacy issue is a red herring
I’ve been thinking about this for awhile and since we will be getting a woman PM, I thought I’ll blog it. I’m a big advocate of women’s rights to equality and acknowledge that women’s standing in society is different across countries and cultures. I’m more tolerant perhaps of men’s autocratic and often belligerent styles, growing… Continue reading Leadership styles and pet peeves
Have not posted on brexit for awhile. My anger is now spent and my position is now a simple one. I think many of those who have voted for brexit have been misled, some are just idealists, a few are romantics, some are racists, some are idiots and the rest are just plain stupid, for not… Continue reading Brexit… moving on…
This blogpost is a comment based on the recent release of HATDeX briefing paper that articulates the HAT technical provisioning solution for corporations and its commercial model. You can read the paper here. As Chief Economist of HATDeX, I am part of the team that designed the solution. However, I feel it was important to articulate some of… Continue reading HATs and Rights
A flippant account of my academic life…. Once upon a time, there was a girl who was curious. She was curious about everything, but mostly about complex things. She was one of those little girls who liked to understand why people are simple and nice and normal but when they come together in business and… Continue reading Once upon a time in academia….
When I graduated in the eighties with a degree in physics and applied physics (where we spent glorious days on 6502 integer programming and bashing up the Apple space bar playing Space invaders and cracking Zork 1,2,3 and everything infocomm games were throwing at us); Instead of going to work for a large corporation, I… Continue reading Doing it again, 30 years later
For the longest time, much of what I thought about was my academic work and my blogs were on the academic blogsite Here. Occasionally, I had a few random thoughts on the personal side which I put it in different places and notes here and there. I’m giving up. I realise, as I reach a ripe… Continue reading Identity: confused