I added a picture to my facebook page yesterday and 19 people figured out what it was. Well I assume 19 people did by looking at the nr of hits on this site. For those that saw the picture on my profile and still don’t know, it’s a QR code ( Quick Reference code). A 2-dimensional image that can store information and that can be read by your average smart phone application. Technology… isn’t it incredible?! Let’s not talk about smart phones. They still scare me and yet are one of the useful things we as humans have invented. And yet… our evolution as a species is still so primitive.
I wish I could say that me being born with a kind of sixth finger was my little attempt in evolution and it was me trying to be a better piano player, but alas…just a freak of nature! (no wonder they chopped it off) I believe that we as humans have only made one step forward from where we started. Perhaps only another half a step.
One: we let machines do work for us and we have become more advanced and intelligent in how to do that ( became lazy in other words). Guess that started with the wheel or some fool that cut drown a tree on top of a hill. Half(or two): we are not scared anymore to talk about and be open to an unknown energy we use. More and more we see homeopathy as the preferred choice. And then there is Psychiatry. A common practice now. And laws and rules have been made accordingly. (Don’t forget, Higgs boson, I think it is…) In other words” nr 2” in our evolution could be that we as humans have become more open to a “sixth sense”, but alas, still not using it.
Anyway, I am digressing and talking to much about nothing and it wasn’t the point of my update. There have been quite a few things that have happened in my life since my last update. Perhaps I’ll share them in due time. But for now, I just wanted to keep my blog alive by adding a 2-dimensional image to it.
And who knows… 2012 might just add another dimension to my life.
All the best for the new year (…glad I went to Dragon school) and till soon!!
Ps: if you want to keep a good and happy holiday feeling…DO NOT read the newspapers for a while!