From the monthly archives:

August 2004

Nostalgia, scepticism and the future

August 28, 2004

13 going into 30”. “Remember how good it used to be”…. The film adds great nostalgia to that quote, with loads of references to the eighties. The current 80s revival depicts in an iconic way the biggest threat Europe and the US are facing: we remember how good it used to be. The US is […]

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Europe and Latin America connected on IPv6

August 28, 2004

Madrid to Sao Paulo. ]]>

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Near Shore

August 27, 2004

Nearshore when I meet William Moore next Tuesday. ]]>

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Can’t wait for Fukuyama’s next book…

August 26, 2004

End of History‘ in which you predict that the market will take over the role of mighty nations. 4 years later, after having looked to some planes crashing into skycrapers you write a new book entitled “State-Building: Governance and World Order in the 21st Century“. Oh yes, Francis Fukuyama is a true visionair… they say […]

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Solitaire

August 26, 2004

Offecct site this morning, I discovered the solitaire chair/desk of Alfredo Haberli. At least he understood that people sitting in a chair might need a table to go with it -or the reverse like in my case- and not just something to pour gin on in my tonic, but something where I write by whiles […]

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“It’s a new law sir”

August 25, 2004

This posting is probably the closest to describing the difference of life in the US compared with Panama. ]]>

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Panama FAQ

August 25, 2004

Pelle and Willy was absolutely energizing, sparkled with signs of recognition. Pelle re-launched his Panama FAQ after the beers; a must-read for all the people who are scouting for tickets to Tocumen aiport this winter. ]]>

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