|Not out of any boredom||Hungary: 2022-02-07 20:00|
Or because things would flow in shallow rivers, but I thought to write this entry.
There are lines and content on the pages of this diary, which neither logically or subjectively felt good, already not even while pressing the
Publishbutton.Technically more accurately speaking, during theNonetheless the click happened, the lines went onto the superhighway of the internet and more or less have been standing there since.
My intention is to mend these, I apologize:
- in the first DHL entry, I used an adjective toward Frau Eichhorn. That was very inconsiderate and needless, and altogether my understanding is that she did the best what her position could allow.
- the second is a bit, but not absolutely similar: in various entries I used content which could be understood as attacking Cristina Fernández Kirchner's person. It doesn't matter if someone is a public person or not, such angle is never right.
- this isn't a correction, much more like trying to patch one of the biggest professional faux pas that has ever happened. In this entry I didn't read meticulously enough the title and authors of the books in the museum or later on the photo. Also by then I wasn't aware of Bruce Schneier's Data and Goliath book, which happens to appear on the image, and wrongly under the context of the entry. The number of people is quite limited who are worth to listen to in respect of computer security, but Mr. Schneier's work is among them.
- this isn't a correction, more like a clarification: on the contrary to certain opinions, the editorial office never insinuated that short, smaller built people should not ride mountain-sized bikes, or dream about anything else than a tricycle with the safety leading rod. The gradual steps of sanity was referred altogether, which is irrelevant to the physique.
Motorcycles are propelled by five things: controlled explosions, laws of physics, instincts, skills and brain.