Jan Waeben

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Jan Waeben

488 days ago

‘Het tegenovergestelde van spelen is niet werk,’ schreef de psycholoog Brian Sutton-Smith, ‘het tegenovergestelde van spelen is depressie.’ En de manier waarop we nu vaak werken - zonder vrijheid, zonder spel - maakt steeds meer mensen depressief

Waarom onze kinderen steeds minder spelen (en wij met een burn-out thuis zitten)

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Jan Waeben

593 days ago

'Een nieuwe dag, een nieuwe aanslag op je privacy. Welkom in 2017.'

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Jan Waeben

621 days ago

What Are the Odds We Are Living in a Computer Simulation?

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Jan Waeben

621 days ago

ARE YOU LIVING IN A COMPUTER SIMULATION?

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628 days ago

Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds

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628 days ago

Voor de zot

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732 days ago

Video Games Are Boring

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750 days ago

A tale of two ethics

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796 days ago

Saskia Sassen: ‘Openbare ruimte wordt geprivatiseerde zone voor de superrijken’

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807 days ago

That's why we must not defend cash. Rather, we should focus on pointing out that the Death of Cash means the Rise of Something Else. We are fighting a broader battle to maintain alternatives to the growing digital panopticon that is emerging all around us.

The War on Cash

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Jan Waeben

820 days ago

Hoe we met slimme data de toekomst kwijtraken

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Jan Waeben

887 days ago

A coffee rant (most likely written by sulking writer who didn't get good coffee)

Maybe Just Don't Drink Coffee

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901 days ago

The cure for workaholism is philosophy

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Jan Waeben

909 days ago

About Russian trolls, a professional internet disinformation agency

The Agency

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Jan Waeben

912 days ago

This is Street photography anno 2016. Daniel Arnold needed to pay rent and had just 90$ left in his acc

On the Prowl With Instagram’s Ultimate Street Photographer

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Jan Waeben

975 days ago

Personal exploration of meaning in life by an Economist author.

Why do we work so hard?

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Jan Waeben

984 days ago

On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs: A Work Rant

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986 days ago

How This Company Makes $70 Million Selling Random Stuff on Amazon

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Jan Waeben

1012 days ago

On deep work, the distractions of modern workspaces and technology.

Wie zich leert concentreren, heeft direct een voorsprong op anderen

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Jan Waeben

1026 days ago

The collaboration curse

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Jan Waeben

1053 days ago

Addicted to Distraction

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Jan Waeben

1053 days ago

‘Fahrenheit 451’ by Ray Bradbury

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Jan Waeben

1067 days ago

The long-lasting hoax of red mercury has been around since the cold war, now isis is trying to aquire this mystery substance.

The Doomsday Scam

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Jan Waeben

1074 days ago

For all the privacy concern naysayers

Nee, je hebt wél iets te verbergen

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