8. Terrestrial v Satellite

Although it is possible to compare the technical specifications of these two types of communication—such as data throughput, coverage or cost; the business logic behind these two technologies couldn't be more different. It would be like comparing a chain of supermarkets (5G), that offers a wide range and volume of products for a large population, with a new company looking to bring drinking water to underserved communities (Satellite).

7. Space exploration (part three)

From nano-satellites to communication, from transport to space tourism, from asteroid mining to the habitation of other worlds; space is positioning itself as the new frontier for business and humankind.

5. Space exploration (part one)

I have always been intrigued by space exploration, not only because of the fantastic photos that the Hubble telescope has produced, or the gigantic rockets used to accelerate humans into escape velocity (cool name) but mostly for the sheer notion of stepping into the unknown. In a way, that is the reason why I decided to do a PhD.

3. Fun day: Time travel

Sunday is fun day. So, I decided to take a brake from the serious topics and talk about a purely entertaining topic, time traveling. Of course, I will mostly focus on it's fictional depiction, since I can't find a readily available time traveling machine to proof my hypothesis.

2. The hero’s journey

The Hero's Journey is a literary archetype or template that encompasses the common stages that heroes go through during their adventures, hence the name. It also applies to many other mediums, hopefully academic writing is among them.

1. Ground rules, and plots

A plot is a conceptual tool, useful to understand the elements of a story, the mechanisms to manipulate those elements, and the logic behind. The structure of a plot helps us frame our message in a way that makes sense, which, in turn, keeps the reader engaged.