From the monthly archives:

October 2003

Information wants to be free – on photoblog

October 16, 2003

Yesterday, this tidbit on W4k-collector. “It is amazing how similar this site looks to Fotolog.net” >the person in casu didn’t test photoblog to see what the difference really are (PB’s features are far beyond those of FL) “One thing that came out of Sunday morning’s discussion at BloggerCon was that developing commercial software can be […]

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Avoiding the US in a wide circle

October 14, 2003

I’m not the only one. The reactions of US citizens is, as expected, pathetic chauvinistic: Is Japan’s immigration better? I was detained for FOUR days at Narita. For me, it’s the Toronto airport (Canada) that gives me the most trouble. Everytime I go there, they grill me like they are burger flippers. People: read a […]

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Born in Africa photoblog launched

October 13, 2003

new PhotoBlog on the system. Isabel Mc Kay, Isabel De Smul and Steven Sergeant each have a login and password; visit again soon for more pictures. Borj in Africa is a projected initiated by some Belgian people in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa. Have 2 ‘adpoted’ kids over there: Siswe and Sheena. Contrasts in Plettenberg are […]

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“Visual Arts”

October 10, 2003

Ine online on the next PhotoBlog features and some final Bta debugs. Probably she’s the one who made me start taking up classes at the Academy in Leuven. I enrolled first to Photography in Leuven. But when they informed me that it was impossible to enroll for both Photography and Visual Arts, I decided to […]

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Artistic space for rent

October 10, 2003

Artiesten in Nood” concept. We should have more of this in Belgium. A Photoblog ‘special’ soon? -don’t ask me more- ]]>

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Some developers need sheer power

October 8, 2003

an upgrade. Quite sure that in a few weeks he’ll ask us a machine of Quantum computing Corp. ]]>

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Neurobiology: men and women

October 8, 2003

How a Man’s Mind Really Works“, recommened to me -by a woman, admitted;)- is disappointing. Most of the science Michael Gurian claims the book is based on is ‘quatch’, the suggested reasons have no scientific basis. Like a reader and practicing neurologist suggests: “We have only begun really exploring the relationship between cerebral structures and […]

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