Archive for category Current Events

Bugging in: bij noodsituaties thuisblijven

Posted by on Saturday, 12 November, 2011

In eerdere artikelen had ik het over een noodpakket, wat dit concept inhoudt en hoe je een bug-out bag samenstelt. Dit artikel gaat over bugging in: er doet zich een noodsituatie voor en je blijft thuis. Een goed doordachte strategie en een beetje voorbereiding kan hierbij aanzienlijk helpen. Read the rest of this entry »

Freeminded T-shirts now available!

Posted by on Monday, 3 October, 2011

Infinite imagination… you don’t just turn it off! So we decided to open up a Freeminded.org webshop selling T-shirts and other gear. Read the rest of this entry »

Gas en stroom, maar waar betaal ik voor?

Posted by on Sunday, 11 September, 2011

Enige tijd geleden schreef ik een artikel over Bezopen Drinkwaterprijzen in Nederland, deze keer neem ik de energiesector op de korrel.
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Optibay / HDcaddy for macbook pro

Posted by on Saturday, 13 August, 2011

This week I ordered an Optibay unit for my MacBook Pro 13′ (2011 model). Since I have a 128Gb SSD, I thought I could use some more storage for my pictures, movies and virtual machines. And because I don’t use CD’s at all, the choice is easy. Read the rest of this entry »

Cooperative Awareness Vs. Corporate Awareness

Posted by on Thursday, 9 June, 2011

As a researcher I often encounter mispronunciations, either due to lack of knowledge or because of language barriers. Especially the words “Cooperative” and “Corporate” are sometimes used interchangeably by non-fluent English speakers. Not only does this sound really strange when listening to a talk on vehicular networking, it is also fundamentally different.

“Cooperative” implies working together as equals, whereas “Corporate” usually embodies the pinnacle of competition. Then, of course, you also have the derivative hybrids like “cooperate” and “corporative” which do not make it any clearer.

So folks, for the sake of clear understanding, don’t mix the two!