Reading Time: 1 minute  This is River Kwai bridge, crossing over the river. It was used in the 1957 popularized movie “Bridge on Riwer Kwai”, though Hollywood supposedly built a copycat of the original bridge for the film. I saw this bridge live on January 2008 in Thailand. The story behind can be read in for example a book

Reading Time: 1 minute  Yours truly standing in the heat, with white clothes. At River Kwai in Thailand, January 2008. The allied bombed the original bridge, so an iron bridge was built. There’s yet a third bridge, which is for Hollywood filming purposes. Me and my wife were having a honeymoon trip, and this was part of it. The

A future email system idea

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is the underlying problem of Personal Information Management? Originally appeared in my Blogspot blog called Psiic. 2005-2008 I wrote back 10 years ago:“Current situation is that people use a variety of means (both electronic, physical, and mental) to achieve the needs of their work / personal communications.“ Sometimes the barrier of entry into a

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Reading Time: 2 minutes > man woman Woman is a tool included in Life. Man is not complete without a Woman; that is,Man can live without Woman, but a Woman (in some territorials, several Women)brings countless variation and joy into Man’s life. Features– talk (the rate of talk is usually much greater than Man units have). This makes Woman

Why neuroscience?

Reading Time: 5 minutes “What’s so fascinating about cognitive psychology and neurosciences?” Cognitive psychology and neurosciences are ultimately, even though a bit indirectly, dealing with everyday phenomena and the theories can be applied in understanding both your own actions and behaviour, and the actions you see globally. Even though it seems to be a bit paradoxical — that we’re

Nokia N810

Reading Time: 2 minutes I’m a fan of science fiction, both books and movies. I remember the first deep experience was when I was reading a translated scifi book about a space travel to a planet close to Earth. The travel was dangerous, and the atmosphere was very exciting, sometimes so that I was almost afraid of letting the