The Black Swan

My thinking has lately been a little inspired by The Black Swan, by Nicholas Taleb (author of another of my favourite books, Fooled by Randomness). The basic idea behind the Black Swan is that we cannot ignore improbable events (especially high-impact events), and that absence of proof does not mean proof of absence -- which... Continue Reading →


I'd heard that absence Made the heart grow fonder, but Never thought I'd think it to be so true; I'd always found it too corny and clichéd, But then... I met you. You'll be back next week. The months, in hindsight, seem to Have just melted right away. But as the 29th approaches, Every second... Continue Reading →

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