A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership" by James Comey

Review: A Higher Loyalty

I just finished reading “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership” by James Comey. If you’re from the USA or have closely followed back when Trump got first elected as the President of the USA you might’ve heard the name. …

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Disgusting meat bags

The only thing that would make you exempt from not being conscious of other people is if you would leave in the freaking mountains in the middle of nowhere, alone. If you live in a town, or city you should …

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Snowden’s blog

Back in 2015 I watched Citizenfour, then in 2019 I read Permanent Record from Edward Snowden. If you read my reviews you know how I feel about the man and what he did πŸ’― Today I’m reading his newly launched …

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Masks and my first trip to Japan

✈️ Back in 2009, I visited Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ for what I didn’t know would be my first visit to the country and Asia in general. It was my first long-distance trip, like flying across the world and it changed a …

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Weeknote 16 (2021)

It has been a busy couple of weeks. Long story short, I adopted a cat! 😻 The process, which should’ve been easy, wasn’t. Well, ok, it depends on where do you go to. In the end, after weeks of talks, …

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Weeknote 12 (2021)

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» The work from home revolution At this point, you’ve probably read how the world has embraced the work from home. How companies are going fully remote, how the teams are functioning just as they were before but now without …

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Weeknote 11 (2021)

🌱 Custom planter for my balcony This week I’ve been looking for wooden planters. You would think it’s easy, and you’d be right if you had lots of space. In the city, balconies are usually not very spacious (mine’s not …

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Weeknote 9 (2021)

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» Single-board computer The week started great, I bought a Raspberry Pi (4 model B). It’s a small computer at a crazy low price that allows you to do anything you’d want from a computer. I felt like a hacker …

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