Погледът на Господинов към тази „светла” дата в най-новата ни история е хладен....– Господинов, но не за един ден (via blankbook)
Euro fund 'like a Ponzi game' says trader →
The only people I think who think that are the politicians in Brussels and a few policymakers because to be very honest they don’t have any solutions, and they are now playing almost confidence games to try to actually convince people that this will work. And ultimately it won’t work because it all boils down to a simple fact. At the end of the day, if you are going to do...
На конференцията Мартин Еванджелиста рекъл: „България не може да се управлява от...– Из делниците на един луд (19 – 23 септември) Хем се смея; хем ми се плаче.
..passionate, very smart, and totally focused on providing great customer...– Download in the Dumps (AKA Killing Me Softly With Adobe) – Jeffrey Zeldman The article is about something else, but as many times before, it made me think about the meaning of “user experience” and the popular notion that this is what interface designers design. Or, do they design the...
Und die Wut wird maßlos werden, wenn die Menschen begreifen, dass die...– Zukunft der EU: Über die Feigheit der europäischen Politiker | Politik | ZEIT ONLINE
Why I miss the monoculture - Salon.com Mobile →
A brief history of the brain -New Scientist →
New Scientist tracks the evolution of our brain from its origin in ancient seas to its dramatic expansion in one ape – and asks why it is now shrinking. So why didn’t our brains get ever bigger? It may be because we reached a point at which the advantages of bigger brains started to be outweighed by the dangers of giving birth to children with big heads. Or it might have been a case of...
A few days ago, while googling for something in their news section, I stumbled upon a short article about a former Peace Corps lady who spent time in Bulgaria and, now back in the US, was describing the highlights of her time in the Wild East. One thing that made strangely strong impression on her was, as she puts it, “chipya” (one would actually say “cherpia” - черпя),...