Monthly Archives: March 2009

Is the credit crisis accidentily a great piece of (subversive) art?

Being fed up with the boring pieces of art in musea, opera and classic music (and the righteousness explanations why it is “better” than pop cult) and grown up with wonderful expressions of color and animation on MTV, comic books, pop and underground music, computer games and in street art I started wondering what “type […]

Kids are crappy programmers – fun with behavior patterns

Kids are not the best people to write complex software. I pose in this article that many of our dysfunctional response patterns are flawed programs we created when we were still toddlers and that from that perspective our sometimes contradictionary behavior is not so hard to explain.