Jens Oliver Meiert

Interlude

Post from April 13, 2016 (↻ August 23, 2017), filed under .

As I write about diverse subjects, it’s occasionally tricky to avoid too great of a contrast. For an easier transition between posts I may employ little interludes (last in September 2014).

Random personal disclosures shall make such interludes worth the short while: Among the books I read lately, Le Bon’s The Crowd, Gunther’s The Luck Factor, and Sennett’s Authority stood out (discover more books I favor in my Goodreads stream). Elsewhere, I shared how I find post-its good for low tech privacy. I’ve been quite active on EyeEm, as usual, but only recently revived Animated Traffic. My club is facing a tough time this season. If I was American, I’d vote Bernie Sanders (Clinton will bring ruin in an organized, Trump in a disorganized fashion). I haven’t cooked many rolexes lately.

That’s all, talk soon.

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Jens Oliver Meiert, photo of July 27, 2015.

Jens Oliver Meiert is a developer (O’Reilly, W3C, ex-Google) and philosopher. He experiments with art and adventure. Here on meiert.com he shares and generalizes and exaggerates some of his thoughts and experiences.

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