20180606 Rough data is good enough to decide if there is suspicion.

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

Late yesterday, I posted to LinkedIn a message about the way sound travels around the concrete canyons in Kuala Lumpur. I had tried to work out the location that a sound originated from but had fallen into helpless giggles when I realised that I could only calculate the position of the source if I had the location of the source.

That, of course, was a circular argument and of no value to anyone.

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20170926: My newsletter – Improving Suspicious Activity Reporting – HKG, SYD, MEL, (CGK)JKT, DXB, LON

Wednesday, 27 September, 2017 – 09:03

You know the old joke – you know when you are travelling too much when you refer to cities by their airport codes?

Well, yes, that’s exactly what I’m reduced to. Having just got home to Kuala Lumpur after KUL, CAN, HRB and return (delayed a day because the otherwise excellent China Southern cancelled one of my flights and gave me a key-ring to make up for it), I’m now setting up the schedules for the final (so far as I know) legs of my seminar tour.
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20140401 Don’t be an April Fool – recognise that coincidences are real.

It is often said that there are no coincidences. But unless one believes in some kind of grand-master who manages the minutiae of the lives of all creatures and things on Earth, and beyond, sometimes it is clear coincidences do exist.

Here’s an example.

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