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Dislike, Unlike, Not Like… Sour Grapes

When I write something, I don’ really expect people to like it. If they like what I say, then maybe they might have thought of it by themselves anyway. In contrast, if they don’t like what I say, then they … Continue reading
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Why You Need to Speak Up

Don’t tell me about them. They are nothing more than their impact on you… — if you are not affected, then they do not matter. On the other hand, if you become submissive, then you yourself are responsible for your … Continue reading
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The Bad Old Days of New Media

John Battelle fondly remembers “the way it used to be”, and goes out on a limb: I believe that the personal-site-based essay is making a comeback I won’t say that I totally disagree (after all, not only is remediary precisely … Continue reading
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Selflessness can also be a sickness

Being selfless is not always good. If you neglect yourself, your own feelings, your own ideas (basically the essential parts of yourself), then you thereby harm yourself and also the people around you. It is not good to care only … Continue reading
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BLOW YOUR HORN! :)

Thanksgiving is over. Next up: THINKSgiving! I am, therefore I think. We are alive, therefore we can share. For example: You could share an idea here: uncontents.com — why not do it now? Continue reading

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Would you believe… Cyberspace?

Maxwell Smart (Agent 86) is truly one of my heroes. Today, I’ve been thinking about one idea over and over… — “would you believe Cyberspace?” I have been stuck on this thing I wrote about earlier — that sites present … Continue reading Continue reading

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Websites are not about people — rather: they are about ideas

I just had an exchange with someone who I thought would know better… — as I have said time and again: Websites don’t represent people, they present ideas. Let me, however, play devil’s advocate against my own view… let me pretend … Continue reading Continue reading

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I’m sick and tired of people complaining about other people behind their backs

I’m not saying it’s wrong to complain about someone else — but if you do that, then you need to tell the person who you’re complaining about that you’re dissatisfied. Why blather on some random website like facebook or twitter … Continue reading Continue reading

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Now it’s time to build the world we want to give to our children! :)

I’ve learned a lot from David Frayne (who, as far as I know, doesn’t have a website). So because I have been recently planning a project which has been inspired by some of the ways he has inspired my thinking, … Continue reading Continue reading

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Enlightened Self-Reliance

I have often cited Immanuel Kant’s short article about the meaning of “Enlightenment”. I have often cited Ralph Waldo Emerson’s article about “Self-Reliance”. Although I can imagine that Mr. Emerson was building upon Kant’s views (in a sense: standing on … Continue reading Continue reading

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