My name is Tom and I am a TCP packet. I was created by the User's request. My life's goal is to serve the User, or at least, that's what they taught us at the school. All my life thus far has been school at my native server, where I was created. I was made to memorize by heart the content I was to deliver to the User. My whole life I've just been waiting for the moment to get out of this hole. I have dreams. I want to see the world and serve the User in doing so.
"All packets ready", I heard the operating system say. I was put a fancy shirt on that had an IP written on it. It's important to put a lot of clothing on, because the world outside is a cold one. I was already wearing a shirt stating HTTP and another one on top of it saying TCP. Personally, I don't like that we all have to wear similar shirts that put us into categories. I would like to think that all packets are born equal, so why do we have to broadcast our own type, TCP, so vocally?
I saw the port opening; I was sent to the connection. I started to run. All my class mates were running too. We all have a piece of a website to deliver to the User and we all want to be there on time. We ran and we ran, until we hit the first router.
Today I'm going to discuss how we become a part of the society. When we are born, we have quite a different moral code we follow, as I described in my earlier post. Other aspects in us are in a continuous development as well, we are dynamic beings who develop over time. And this development doesn't take place in a vacuum. We are what our surrounding world makes of us, but then again we have the power of influencing in what surrounds us. It's a two-way street. 😊
We people are inherently social. When we define ourselves the first things that pop into our minds might be that we are of a certain gender, nationality, occupation and so on, and so on. All these labels through which we identify ourselves are social groups. For it is the social that gives us the sense of who we are. I'm like these people, not like them, and so on. (more…)
I am not a master photographer myself 🙄, but back in the days before I started to study at the University, I was very interested in photography. Enough so to read a great book, 101 Top Digital Photography Tips, about the topic.😊 I really enjoyed the book because it's full of nice tricks for better photography and it's suitable even for those who have no knowledge of photography whatsoever.
Today I am going to share with you what I have learned about using flash and exposure in photography. (more…)
Today's post is all about what good means.😇 Normally, one would take evil into account as well, but since this blog is ought to be about positive subjects, the evil has only little room here. 😉
When a friend does something good to you, let's say gives you a gift, how do you know it is a good deed? Why is it a good deed and is it universally good?🤔Whether something is good or not is part of the social layer of the reality (see more here). As Nietzsche nicely put it: moral is only in our judgment – actions aren't good or evil per se. (more…)