Kuidas valida, kui kedagi pole valida?

October 11th, 2013

Lühike ja kiire vastus: kui kõik valikud halvad on, tuleb oma hääl anda senise valitsuse (KOV või RK, sõltuvalt valimiste kontekstist) vastu, mitte poolt. Valimata jätmine või senisel halval valitsusel jätkata laskmine on igal juhul halvim variant. Kui pikem selgitus huvitab, loe edasi.
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Garage48 in Helsinki and the Montroller Story (Videos)

January 19th, 2011

Back from another Garage48 event, this time from Helsinki. The project I was member of was completely different from the earier ones — we turned 6 more-or-less mobile devices into wireless 3D controllers for Lego Mindstorm NXT. We won Nokia special prize and public vote prize.

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The Next Garage48 Passed, Two Weeks Later

September 15th, 2010

As I promised in my previous post, The Story of Creating Cocktail Roulette at Garage48 Startup Bootcamp Weekend, I participated in another Garage48, that happened in August 27-29th, in Tartu. As I am personally Tartu-based, I was actually engaged with the organizing team, but in the beginning of the event, I also decided to jump into helping out one idea Blurt.at, which, I think, is so far the best micropolling site available .
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The Story of Creating Cocktail Roulette at Garage48 Startup Bootcamp Weekend

April 19th, 2010

The concentration of IQ, energy and motivation was so sharp in Tallinn IT College this weekend, that there was a humming and glowing halo above the college building. What happened? 16 business ideas were turned into the launched startups in 48 hours during the Garage48.org event there. I got emotionally and physically entangled to the event in several ways.
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Ideas Drawer, Sayat.me and Garage-48 style projects in general

March 2nd, 2010

I’ve had some hobby-fun of trying out how small you can squeeze the time that is needed to complete a reasonable web site from an idea to first visitors (and their positive feedback). Ideas Drawer — in 12 hours by myself. Sayat.me — idea by me, but design and code by Mooncascade in 8 hours. Garage48 — weekend event in April, I’m planning to participate.
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Tartu Marathon – Finished. The Main Competitor: the Bastard in the Mirror – Beated

February 23rd, 2010

On Sunday I participated Tartu Marathon, the Estonian most popular traditional classical style ski marathon. This time it had a record number of participants over many years. There were 5050 people who started the longer, 63 km track, of which 4780 finished. I finished 2693rd, with the time 5h 46 minutes. I achieved my main goal and did beat my main enemy — the one I see in the mirror. A happy face after the finish:


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The Results of the Yesterday’s Tartu Marathon Open Track, Main Event Next Week, Goal: Beat My Previous Year Time

February 15th, 2010

Tartu Marathon organized the open track event yesterday. The actual marathon itself will be next week, but this one was also with the exact same track, distance, service points and the official times were taken. So, it was a perfect chance to test ones marathon fitness. I passed the 63 km-s with the time 5h and 13mins, which was better than I expected. I’ll go to the main event on coming Sunday with the main goal of beating my previous year result.
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I Created the Magic Drawer with the List of Business Ideas, Dwarfs in it and Everything

January 25th, 2010

I found couple of planks, some nails from my garage, and I coubled up a drawer for business ideas. So, here it is: the Ideas Drawer. It has already a bunch of ideas in it (12 at the moment of writing this post), mostly written by the members of the Estonian Startup Leaders Club. You are free to come and read these ideas, but there is one catch.
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New Year Eve — -19 Degrees, Band, Smoke Sauna, Ice Hole, Lunar Eclipse, Breathtakingly Beautiful Morning

January 11th, 2010

Another year sent away together with friends. This time, the place chosen for that important event was a breathtakingly beautiful winter picture near Otepää (the Estonian ski-resort). Below are some pictures (mostly not taken by me) of it.
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Preparing for Tartu Ski Marathon — Saturday Morning in the Forest, -21 C Degrees

December 21st, 2009

I Spent an hour and a half in the forest this Saturday morning, 9-11 AM with -21 Celsius degrees. I did some training and I plan to spend more and more hours in such a beautiful and splendid environments. I have an ambition to survive several hours on the Tartu Ski Marathon in the end of February and beat my previous year result. Below are couple of nice pictures taken from the frost and the sunrise.
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