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VR gives is the next stage of creativity

Virtual reality is seen as the next thing in gaming.but with a few changes it might become the biggest playing ground for mankind. Imagine a VR application which helps you build VR software. A virtual coding platform in which you do not write code, but form VR software. It would be awesome because everyone can […]

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Mijn spekpercentage moet omlaag. En slowcarb moet gaan helpen.

Gisterenavond ben ik aan de 4 hour Body begonnen en ik wil echt mijn spekpercentage verlagen. Ik zit vandaag op de 22,4% en mijn doel is 11% binnen de komende 3 maanden. Kortom op mijn vaders verjaardag moet ik dat doel bereikt hebben. Dit moet te doen zijn.

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Cascading to anger

Yesterday was a particularly stressful day. To be honest it just was a lucky day for me. A lot of pressure at work. Annoyance at everything not seeming to go my way. Having to cycle through the rain, 3 times in one day. Not able to find anything because my girlfriend tidied up. My cat […]

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Steep: The Game I’ve been dreaming about.

So “Steep” got announced at E3. And I went bonkers. This is the game I always wanted. Since I know I won’t be a back country snowboarder anytime soon, but I would love to have the idea that I’m doing that crazy stuff. For those of you that do not know what Steep is. It […]

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When I look at the moon…

I can’t help but feel looking at a pier. The place where we shove off to the stars…

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So… changing eating habits

It just needs to be done. I’m not on my perfectly tuned diet yet and I won’t be… ever. I treat my diet as a great big experiment. Testing it and nog being too strict. In my experience it’s the only way to go. Because temporary diets and detoxes suck! And for hardly anyone I […]

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So… Calisthenics is the method of choice

Well the reasons are quite simple, I need to work on my balance (because snowboarding and volleyball), I need to become stronger without doing dumb stuff (lifting heavy objects without a purpose) and I love learning new things. With Calisthenics I do all of that. I’m learning new balance skills by lifting a useful heavy […]

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Keep learning

Learning is key to staying young. Physical and cognitive learning never stops. So if you ever hear someone say “I’m to old to learn.” Slap some sense into them.

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Pushing yourself into flow

Or in this case a runners high, is awesome. I know I can run a 5 minute and a bit average per kilometre. But I’ve never done that during an interval training. So yesterday I felt great at the start of the interval training. So I decided to push, to push really hard. So my […]

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How Western, no, the world’s democracy works is a dire concern

So at the moment I’m writing this I am watching “Requiem for the American Dream” and I am in awe. You might as well replace American with Western. Because in any case the Dutch “democracy” works in exactly the same fashion. In this documentary Noam Chomsky speaks about dwindling democracy in America (and other Western) […]

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