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Thomas Vander Wal, finishing his talk about the PIC (personal infocloud)
No photoshop needed this odd sight caught my eye when I stepped out of the elevator to let people out. I return a few moments later to snap the shot.
I was fascinated by the cuts in the numbers so to make rather fluid shapes.
Filip Borloo in the middle of a debate between a Nato IA and a BBC IA. Interesting discussion
I was completely baffled as to how to turn on the lights in the Tulip Hotel in Brussels. I flipped the switch to the right, as the main power for a room I by the door and nothing.
After a few minutes of walking around the room I saw the device on the left. I dipped my card in it and the lights came on. Who knew. I walked over and unzipped my bag and the lights went out.
I went back dipped the card in again and the lights came on and went off. I left my card in and the lights stayed on. Not keeping the "roomkey" card in my pocket was a little unnerving, but I learned to pick it up on the way out the door.
Roland and JP were part of the Dutch contingent I came to Brussels with from Amsterdam, but both are British. Both also work for Easy.gov