Friday, February 7, 2014

the origin - the source - sources of origin - origin of the source

By no means I take the credit, just saying that some ideas are floating in the air...

I really wanted someone to join me, living alone is not fun, see the post:


I believed what I wanted to believe and here are the results:

I lost three laptops, brand new Kinnect, Go Pro and whole lot of other gear. (couldn't care less until I've learn that someone, not me, left there valuable data)

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Did I coined "digital nomad" term? I don't think so, I believe it was Maneesh Sethi and his article that landed on hacker news that inspired me... Anyway - I wonder about provenience of certain term. It seems so obvious and natural to me but I'm not sure of anything anymore. Is it possible to invent the same concept independently? Take for instance wiki article on public-key cryptography:

In 1997, it was publicly disclosed that asymmetric key algorithms were secretly developed by James H. Ellis, Clifford Cocks, and Malcolm Williamson at the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) in the UK in 1973. In the public disclosure it was claimed that these researchers had independently developed Diffie–Hellman key exchange, and a special case of RSA.

Some ideas are floating in the air. Everyone has a chance to discover. See Carl Yung and collective unconsious. In that manner even if someone misses a chance there will be more followers to ensure evolution stays on the path... Till later! :)

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