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To all those who have fallen through the cracks

Someone out there does indeed have to demonstrate that wisdom can still impose itself and break through without having to hawk itself, to market itself or otherwise make some noise about itself. Because this is what our hysteric and overcrowded digital marketplace truly demands. Continue reading

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How futile is the written word in the digital era?

Tweet Dialogue with the Alter Ego on the artistic challenge of contemporary writers “Well, I said to Gambetti in front of the Hotel Hassler, if we are totally honest, the state of general stupidity is already so advanced that there … Continue reading

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The Buddhist versus the Biblical versus the Existentialist versus the Bourgeois Business Model

Different philosophies and faiths entail different business models. Here are some of them. Enjoy! Continue reading

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How to avoid cracking up in the digital society!

Tweet Observation on the challenges of excessive down time Man is an extremely complex creature: he usually acts in an unselfish manner for selfish reasons. Mokokoma Mokhonoana : The Selfish Genie: A Satirical Essay on Altruism (see: http://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/48079399-the-selfish-genie-a-satirical-essay-on-altruism)   Some … Continue reading

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US Voters tell pundits and analysts that any complacency about the future is dramatically mistaken

The results of the US presidential primaries in Indiana mark a watershed moment not only for US politics. For the first time in recent US history voters have rejected in dramatic fashion the TARP-like effort from the media and political establishment to rescue subject establishment from defeat in the GOP Primary. Continue reading

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Dumping the Trump: Why we step back from our earlier endorsement

Tweet A change of heart on the Republican Primary Candidate Donald Trump, (originally published on April 7, 2016) This wasn’t an easy decision. And it does indeed feel like a defeat. But the latest suggestion of GOP Candidate Donald Trump … Continue reading

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From Hollywood Boulevard to Molenbeek and beyond

Tweet A reflection on the horrendous terror attacks in Brussels On Saturday, March 19, it was Sean Baker’s highly insightful movie “Tangerine” (http://www.magpictures.com/tangerine/) that caught our attention.  “Tangerine” stands in the tradition of Alexandre Duma’s  “The Lady of the Camellias”, … Continue reading

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Donald: Slapping tariffs on imported goods isn’t the answer, educational reform is!

Tweet Noah denkt™ clarifies its endorsement of the 2016 GOP frontrunner, Donald Trump, first published on Feb 26, 2016 “Ford announces a few weeks ago that Ford is going to build a $2.5 billion car and truck and parts manufacturing … Continue reading

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Nobody wants to take the blame for a Grexit

Nobody wants to take the blame for a Grexit Continue reading

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The contagion risk of a later Grexit will only get worse

There is no viable substitute for dealing with the present Grexit pain here and now. Because things will only get worse as time goes by Continue reading

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