Work in Progress http://bit.ly/a9rMQS “Estonian Growth Vision 2018” Alternate Futures for the Estonian Economy. Will debate kill good ideas?
The Post- Postmodernism Issue on Adbusters https://www.adbusters.org/magazine/88 including What you buy matters.
Estonia and Puerto Rico – 100% success rate on Red Dot product design awards 2010 http://www.red-dot.de/
Vodka debate in European Parliament http://bit.ly/ao14w5 Finns are a genetic isolate – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finns#Genetics
Seven-trillion-electronvolt (TeV) collisions did not stop the World spinning. Going to CERN in three weeks to witness LHC in action.
Speaking at IASP European Division workshop http://bit.ly/cq6y41
Give them means and they bloom. http://www.harrypotterfanfiction.com has 60+ thousand stories written by 28+ thousand fans.
Sweden, Malaysia, China and Vietnam lead their income based groups in Network Readiness
The Global Information Technology Report 2009-2010 http://bit.ly/EUER
Playing “Twisted nerve” by Bernard Herrmann to my just arrived starlings. Blame me, if this becomes popular mimics this season.
First starlings just arrived to my yard. Busy day with cleaning and setting up the nests. Their motivational song is of greatest reward.
Venia legendi lectures on Human-Computer Interaction @ITCollege March 26 and 31 (Multimodal Interfaces and Semantic Mediation)
Want to say something to me about me? What you really think about me? Go to sayat?me new service http://sayat.me/linnarviik
Isaac Mao from Guardian on Google, China and the art of war http://bit.ly/ard3bb
Three Mozart Piano Concertos, March 26, NY Phil with Jeffrey Kahane http://bit.ly/8Zc55R
Free Global WiFi Access Weekend with Skype Access http://share.skype.com/sites/en/2010/03/free_wifi.html
speaking @SAP World Tour
LEGO minifiguers have no ears. None. Never. Reflects the worrisome trend of social networks where people just speak without listening.
Estonian Information Society Conference http://twitter.com/infoyhiskond
Vähem, kui aasta eest meie kooli tüdruk maailmameister ja nüüd olümpiavõitja – äge tulemus, Kairit!