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Do machines sense our emotions?

August 9, 2011 Leave a comment

Sometimes I have the impression machines sense our emotions – it’s scary. When I very much want my laptop to do a certain thing, eg if I want to show something to a certain person:my laptop gets stage fright and underperforms.kafka

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The clock is right behind him

June 6, 2011 Leave a comment

So then he is sitting there and I am bored. The clock is right behind him but I have to look into his eyes because he might notice I look elsewhere. The next time I dare to look 3 minutes have passed. I calculate that I have to listen to him at least 17 more minutes. I try to talk about something that interests me. There is always the toilet.

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June 6, 2011 Leave a comment

Do not overdo it.
What is the point?
Stop it.
In yellow.
Was neglected.
Train passing by.
He was playing there while they were working.
Lonely child.
She smiled and it was ok. Like her smile was a key to a castle on the hill.
Where the witch was spinning her yarn.

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I can’t cope with the presence of chocolate

May 29, 2011 Leave a comment

I lack willpower and discipline.

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Like a Mozart Opera

May 6, 2011 Leave a comment

feudal, patriarchal, idyllic relations – leading memory moonlighting – like a Mozart opera.
a mere money relation – brief priority trusting.

beloved like the history of class struggles
or bright like the freshening shades
of apply, elbow, bark!

the journey of our life – secret worm longing.

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May 6, 2011 Leave a comment

Doubting with every thought.
Like a walking mistake.

Sometimes thinking is a like a cabinet of mirrors,
all those alternatives
and all just possibilities.

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A compound inside the soul

May 6, 2011 Leave a comment

A compound inside the soul. Secured by walls, guards, barbed wire. Inside: the terrorist and his wife, trying to survive, trying to leave no traces. Communicating to the outside world via trusted messengers.

A compound like a cancer. Life around it is normal, ignorant of the danger. Body cells playing “business as usual”.

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