If you’re in a position of responsibility in any organisation – a business or department of a business, a social club, a non-profit – it… Read More »Resource: Martin Blais / Beancount on the double entry counting method (bookkeeping)
What is the true identity of the world’s first superhero? Should we look back to Gilgamesh? Achilles? Hanuman? Samson? Robin Hood? Ōgon Bat? Buck Rogers?… Read More »Popeye and Bluto: film’s first superheroes?
“Empirically sufficient and empirically necessary” – Lant Pritchett on economic growth as the (only) key to poverty reduction
Recommended. Abstract We show that any cross-national measure of human material wellbeing that is (i) basics (not luxuries),(ii) general (uses indicators from multiple domains), and(iii)… Read More »“Empirically sufficient and empirically necessary” – Lant Pritchett on economic growth as the (only) key to poverty reduction
In the second installment of James Lovegrove’s tremendous Sherlock Holmes / H. P. Lovecraft mashup, Moriarty – assumed dead – has returned as the god… Read More »Emperor of Ruins (Lovecraftian anthropology; Kremlin psychodrama)
With 1.5 million individual drawings sketched, transferred to transparent cells, hand coloured and composited into over 350 thousand frames… Walt changed the game when it… Read More »100 Years of Cinema: The Making of Snow White
“…Everyone takes, everyone gives, such is life.” “But if you don’t mind me asking: being without possessions, what would you like to give?” “Everyone gives… Read More »Siddhartha at the beach (Lessons from surfing #6)