• Trip down memory lane

    >20 years ago I was running my BBS named Outland. This was my NFO file. BBS was running on Proboard (OS was MS Dos) on a 386 40MHZ and 102 MB hard drive (can’t remember the RAM size, believe it was 512kb or 2MB, which is a big difference). The modem was a 14.4kbit/s first till I upgraded to a 28.8kbit/s. The data center was my room and the rack housing the PC was a big cardboard under my desk.

    The BBS time and the early years of the Internet were for me the most exciting time. Blast of fun on IRC and in the night playing Quake & Team Fortress with the friends.

  • Sneaker day

  • If budget is not a limitation

    Kloof Road House by Nico van der Meulen Architects

  • Astroneer ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’

    Fanart at its best. Paying homage to 2001: A Space Odyssey. Discovered on Reddit.

  • Find your strength

    You don’t “succeed” because you have no weaknesses; you succeed because you find your unique strengths and focus on developing habits around them.

    ‘Tools of Titans’ by Timothy Ferriss
  • Ask!

    Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.

    Pierre-Marc-Gaston in ‘Tools of Titans’ by Timothy Ferriss. Keep in mind garbage in garbage out.
  • I’m not afraid to take a stand

  • Prisma App Art

  • HBR:Germany’s Midsize Manufacturers Outperform Its Industrial Giants

    Called the Mittelstand in German, this class of highly specialized, often family-owned businesses makes up the backbone of the national economy. Germany is ranked fourth in the global economy, but it’s home to only 28 companies in the Fortune 500. Great Britain and France each have more. But when it comes to little-known leaders in their market, Germany has 1,307 “hidden champions,” nine times as many as those two countries combined.

    Link: https://hbr.org/2016/08/germanys-midsize-manufacturers-outperform-its-industrial-giants

  • Forward thinking

    I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been.

    Wayne Gretzky