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A Day In Milan

If you decide to visit Milan, and you happen to be a Christian, and even better a Catholic – and for some odd reason you like beauty, here is a good way of spending one day of your holiday. Just… Read More ›

Flirting With Technology

There is something incredibly peaceful and satisfying about contemplating things that are far in time and space – I’m talking about the cold beauty of the universe, remote galaxies, mysteries of science, origin of matter; but also with respect to… Read More ›

Eat In, Help the NHS

I understand why Rishi Sunak and the UK government have come up with a scheme to incentivise people to go out – not because going out is a great thing per se, given that it will increase your chances to… Read More ›

An Interest in Learning

One of my many side projects, or better dreams, would be to create a school, designed in a way that it would be completely unique. It would be a secondary school / high school type level. I will not get… Read More ›

Attitudes and Perception

I have been thinking a lot lately about the polarization taking place in our Western society, and particularly in the US, and trying to quantify how much of that is externally driven (media, political discussion, economic gaps etc) and how… Read More ›

The New Normal

It is so strange to travel and see how different countries are reacting to the current pandemic. There is a desire to go back to normal, and yet you see masked people everywhere. You may go to a fancy restaurant,… Read More ›

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America, America

Many tribes, one country. For the longest time, my only idea of America was really New York City, where I worked. I had been to the West Coast, to Hawaii and to a few other places, but really when you… Read More ›


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