Miscellaneous contains posts of seemingly random stuff that does not belong in any established categories.
According to the book, Everything is Miscellaneous (affiliate link) written by Weinberger, digitalization and Web 2.0 has made everything miscellaneous and traditional information organization is dead.
I don’t agree with that conclusion because I think there is value in curation and information scaffolding. This blog is my attempt at this.
But there are stuff that presently do not seem to fall into any categories and are therefore considered miscellaneous for the time being.
An article in “Hostage at the Table” caught my attention. It discusses the relationship between the Stockholm Syndrome, Hostage Mentality and Leadership.
Et Doner is a common sight in Turkey. Whether I was in Istanbul or Antalya, doner shops are everywhere, just like MacDonald’s are everywhere in the US.
Reading the Digital Consumers: Re-shaping the Information Profession by David Nicholas and Ian Rowlands
Digital Consumers made five concluding remarks in the last chapter “Where do we go from here?” and I have some thoughts about them:
Thoughts on The MLS Project: An Assessment after Sixty Years by Boyd Keith Swigger.
Tips for the Alien hive game. Learn how to evolve a supreme alien being with no money down.
5 bread pudding recipes using Southeast Asian ingredients like kaya, gula Melaka, coconut milk, condensed milk, pandan leaves, candied pineapple and banana.
Storytelling at work. That is the topic of my 2003 master’s thesis at RMIT University in Australia. It was fun to research and write…from hindsight.