Reading Time: 1 minute Computers and the Internet have changed our world totally. We work, spend leisure time, communicate, and do a bunch of things differently today compared to that of 20 years ago. The internet is one big technological break-through. Even though it’s so obvious
Reading Time: 2 minutes The World of Blogging – short course I won’t go much over the history of blogging itself, nor the technology behind. What’s interesting is the nature of blogging, its uses, people behind the scenes (that’s everybody – us) and what new blogging
Reading Time: 3 minutes Cloud computing means creating an information system whereby the users do not need to have sophisticated computers, instead they are accessing data and programs which are stored and run on a powerful central computer. The idea is not new; in fact in
Reading Time: 1 minute The way we go through a job application, on both sides, is sometimes cumbersome. What strikes me most is the unaccuracy and possibly completely unverified nature of “job experience” listed in the CV. The job applicant has to write a lot of
Reading Time: 4 minutes Reading Thomas Sowell’s books about economics is refreshing for a technocrat like me.He’s an american economist, born in 1930. Sowell likes to write text which is understandable to common man, yet he brings out distinguished phenomena of economics in very interesting way.
Reading Time: 2 minutes One of the things future brings is better service. Take Finland for example, a small country in the northern hemisphere, which doesn’t have too much ofnatural resources. We’ve been struggling for independence and survival forprobably as long as we’ve existed. What makes