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The Concatenator published

The final page has been turned, the last word has been written down, and the printing press is gearing up. The Concatenator is now available to order. After so many years of hard work, such an announcement is a big ...

Book nearly finished

We are now entering the last phase of the completion of the book. We have some final text corrections ahead of us, and we have a nice challenge in deciding what the cover will look like, but for now it seems we're ...

Technological slaves

In todays modern society technology is a development that is here to stay. Nearly all of us use a mobile phone, tablet, computer, microwave, car, airplane, moving staircase, elevator, etc. on a more or less regular ...

Did you see that?

You might remember this dress when it's picture first appeared in february of 2015. The debate about whether the colour was white and gold or black and blue has kept a lot of people wondering. How could someone else ...

The empathetic animal

Human beings are the most advanced species living on this planet. Well are we? Sometimes we forget that are fellow siblings in the animal kingdom might have some 'humanity' as well. It is often thought that our ...

The scale of things

As the Greek philosopher Protagoras would say 'man is the measure of all things'. We look at the world through our own eyes and tend to think that the human scale is the standard size of measurement. Of course it's ...

Timeline online

Where are we is a question often asked. To know where you are now is dependent on where you have been. It marks your place in time. So some knowledge of history can be very useful, or as the Roman philosopher Cicero ...

The problem with positivism

We all know the phrase 'it's not a problem, it's a challenge'. At the end of a telephone call, in which the customer has gone completely berzerk filing his complaints, you don't look at it as a problem, you quickly ...

Status Anxiety

We constantly compare are own social and economic situation with that of the people close to us. Not with people that are significantly better off, like a rich popstar or a famous athlete. These are examples of ...

3D model now available

The Concatenator isn't just a theory or only accessible in the online world, it is now available as a tangible artifact!
It is now possible to order a print of our logo as a real life 3D model through the ...

Life expectancy for the last 200 years

Here is a nice clip on global health. By using animated overlay graphics the statistics on income in combination with life expectancy come to live. Hans Rosling shows by using data from 200 countries over the last ...

Website launched

What better way to start of the new year than by putting the website online. Yes, it's finally here. After years of preparation, changing stuff around and throwing the blue prints away for several designs, we can ...

Read more section added

The book is not published yet, but after visiting this webiste you might become curious for more information about the subjects that The Concatenator discusses. Because The Concatenator covers different disciplines ...

Prelaunch is history

The Concatenator didn't always look like this. In fact, it first started out as an online adventure. The idea was to let the visitor discover all the elements of The Concatenator through interactive puzzles and ...


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