July 17, 2022
The fictitious importance of Locality

The age of locality is not over yet, and that is an extremely sad realization. Back when it did not matter I've been a nerd on the web since late '90s, and back then you'd join an IRC channel and as long as your language matched, it really did not matter where you were from.You […]

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May 8, 2022
Pain Points

Habits, objectives and life-changing and fulfilling dreams are often blocked by Pain Points. It can border silliness, but they often make up a major block that we are very reluctant to face.In sales, knowing, exploiting and resolving your lead’s pain points is extremely important and as weird as it can be, a salesman can know […]

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August 27, 2021
A Beautiful Baggage

Sometimes I remember I do have my own place where I can write whatever I want. It's nice, these days. One controversial word on privately-owned social networks and there's an army of people telling you what you're supposed to think, if you don't get banned straight away. Funny how that works. Anyway, a great deal […]

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March 22, 2020
The Fearful Superhuman Complex

CoVid-19 is currently making a sweep all around the globe, with some countries currently more affected than others, that's a known fact. If We Don't Acknowledge, It's Not Real... Right? What I've observed for the past 3 months has been a circlejerk of gigantic size, with literally all the people in power trying to minimize […]

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February 4, 2020
Warcraft 3: Reforged -- or rather, shattered

Activision has been hard at work (or hardly working?) on his new low-cost high-profit expectation operation, after the smashing success of WoW classic: a remaster of one of the best games ever. They've made some rather amazing promises over the past few years, along with videos and have generally hyped this remaster. Fans were consequently […]

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February 4, 2020
My Unwillingness to Play by the Forget Assumption

I have talked a few times about some companies' drive for pure greed without any blatant form of respect towards their customers, but unless these things are kept up as some sort of log, towards a consistent memory, we are all bound to forget over time, and that is what these companies count on. Now, […]

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January 22, 2020
Things are not as they always thing

What's this for? As time passes tons of changes and developments go by and while I never really reflect them much here, this is still where I'm blurting out whatever. That comes with reflection, though. Nowadays there is much less freedom to be weird and with socially distant beliefs, with different definitions of what is […]

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August 27, 2019
The Pain(ful) Baggage

When you lose a close one you often feel that stab of pain that just won't leave and that will stay with you. That is ok, it's not something to forget about, for the more pain you feel once they're gone, the more you were happy when they were with you. As such, pain is […]

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April 21, 2019
The Corporate Forgetfulness of Beancounter General

The Corporate Forgetfulness of Beancounter General At one point during a company's rise to the skies, sometimes they manage to forget what they're about. Corporate mentality makes it so what drove the company forward up to that point is driven away by a profit-first mentality that investors require, when they're involved. When in doubt, blame […]

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December 30, 2018
Dreaming the Unappreciated Dream

I do have the weirdest dreams at times.

It just so happens I haven't been able to forget this particular one, although it's been a couple weeks ago.

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