Monthly Archives: February 2017

2050 (II)

The food printer delivers me a very nice hamburger. I bite it, doubtful, but I don’t feel anything wrong. It does look and it tastes like a big mac. – Are you ready to tell me how do you feel? … Continue reading

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2050 (III)

– Are you with us? – I slowly take conscious of myself. I am laying on a bed. The bed is partially reclined. I have something complicated wrapped around, strings, stripes, something. Over me, still blurry, a big helmet of … Continue reading

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HOWTO find serial numbers

Machines don’t cheat. At least, most of the machines don’t. Lately it looks like they learned to play poker so from there to tell us lies there’s only a conceptual step. So instead of sticking labels that can be removed, … Continue reading

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The black tower (II)

Pitlochry. I never heard about the place before I decided to come. Expecting nothing, therefore I was gladly surprised of finding something. To be tested was if my position was a good equilibrium between civilization and a nice job. My … Continue reading

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The black tower (I)

– Excuse me Sir – the guy at the other side of the window was looking really desperate. I was using the last light of the day to read my recently purchased book on the circular balcony of the youth … Continue reading

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In the night (II)

I’m not a native English speaker. Far from that, I still need to go to the dictionary to find the meaning of some slang, not to speak about the dialects. But I myself am coming from a region with its … Continue reading

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OSX and Mac tips

Sorry but I have no better title for this post. I wanted to compile (and get rid?) of all the knowledge I gathered 😀 on the last 5 years working with macs. I need to start saying that, before my … Continue reading

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