In parenthood, everything is fear. I live in constant fear. Maybe this is also true for life in general, but I’ve never been as fearful as I am now. And what does this cause? Ongoing stress.
Looking at our relationships, our job, our daily life… we either die a hero or we leave long enough to see ourselves become the villain.
I’ve been planning to write this text for so long. I really want it to be perfect, which probably reflects my attitude towards parenting...
Driving to the Future
Self driving cars are here to stay. However, although we have these vehicles, we cannot let them roam freely in our cities. The real challenge is the transition between these worlds, and how smooth can we make it.
We, as human beings, are animals of habit. We easily fall into routines, and even more easily fall into spirals of motivation, depression, angst or cheer.
The thin line of Trust
Do you trust people? Or do you simply do not care about the results of their actions?
Vroom with a View.
I got my first Mac in March 2007. It was one of the first models after the transition to Intel, and it was an entire revolution for my workflow...
After last week’s blogging hiatus I started planning this week’s post and quickly realized I didn’t really know what to write about…
Filling the Void
Exactly one year ago I had the public defense for my PhD dissertation. This was the finish line after 4 intense years of hard work. A PhD is the path, the journey from your first algorithm to the final thesis.
The Motivation for doing Science
For better and for worse, I consider myself to be some kind of scientist. Not a lab scientist of course, but someone who tries to apply computer innovations to the biomedical field. Sometimes, finding the right motivation for doing science can be quite challenging.