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An American in the Red Army

An American in the Red Army? Russian war correspondents of WWII could not believe their eyes. And yet, it was true. Nicholas Burlak not only fought along with his Russian friends, he even went all the way from Stalingrad to Berlin.

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Beatles

As any outstanding human achievement, Beatles have as many facets as many faces their audience has. Everybody finds something personal in their music. For me, it is a breath of fresh air that fills me with the sense of freedom.

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Adam Smith without myths (Smith 4/4)

We used to refer to Adam Smith as a “capitalism founder” and the inventor of “invisible hand” as a synonym of “free market.” Both references came from a myth, created by those who wanted to justify the existence and development of the unfair competition in a market “free” from any supervision of society, given to […]

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Bitnation – another great hope?

Bitnation is another hope to overcome the historically formed unfairness of the resources distribution between nations. Now everyone can create their own nation, register citizens and provide them with passports, birth certificates and other traditionally state papers.

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Assumption

Assumptions got us again

If you are stuck on seemingly something simple, the problem is not where you are looking but in your assumptions. Take a break and walk away until the brains stop spinning the same logical chain. The moment they do, you are able to revisit your assumptions and check if they are true.

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Andrei Tarkovsky

Andrei Tarkovsky

Tarkovsky overwhelms the viewer. He may even frighten by the depth of his vision. But not everybody shares his worldview. Tarkovsky looks for a kindred spirit, not for the followers. His quest is to create together.

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