50 shades of Grey between data and privacy

I question whether it is better to leave things in the dark or whether under the right circumstances they indeed should be brought into the light.  This topic also raises in me notions of trust in both inanimate things and people, linked but not prescribed. The image pictures notions of rest and relations in states of safety. The only thing to link these images is … Continue reading 50 shades of Grey between data and privacy

Looking somewhere else

Looking can be viewed as a pastime in which what may be looked at can give pleasure to the viewer under a presumption that what is being looked at, cannot see the what is the object of the gaze. The bounds of those experiences for both the observer and the subject have a history. Which in some cases clouds the picture. The watchers get pleasure … Continue reading Looking somewhere else

Somewhere between reality and science fiction

  I am interested in technology and futuristic ideas but it has just come to my attention that the moving gif I posted earlier was inspired by a gaming freturnatity who wanted a solar panel system for use in their platform. In conjunction with that I did read an article about miniature hexagonal solar panels being created by Stanford university imitating the eyes of bees. … Continue reading Somewhere between reality and science fiction

who owns knowledge that has been hidden,shared or stolen for Ages?

We as humans have lived for centuries, that would then mean that every 100 years is supposed to mean something eg.5th,11th,15th,18th, 20th, 21st… century 1+1 in quotes was roman,  0+1 in quotes was east meets west rules that can be broken become rules in themselves so is no rule absolute? To over enforce a rule is? To not enforce a rule is? To not honour … Continue reading who owns knowledge that has been hidden,shared or stolen for Ages?

Is ignorance bliss?

I find that green dry bark falling of dry trees is not only a sign of potential natural fire risk but also signs that somethings are changing. For the better or worse who knows? However as past realities want to come up from the closet as if there was not a reason they were in a closet I find myself looking at a piece of … Continue reading Is ignorance bliss?

Dark Mass

Systematic structures often show up complications in practice. It is often not the systems fault to encompass new demands. Pre existing assumptions can lead to pre existing results. The structures that govern behaviours when the knowledge of the end result is not given beforehand can and often do leave one frustrated. The more i try remove the marks left behind, the more the overall object … Continue reading Dark Mass