Semiologic, or semiotics, is the philosophical theory of signs and symbols in communication, having three branches: Syntactics, semantics, and pragmatics.
Semiologic — but not semiotics — is also an obsolete medical term for symptomatics. As for the Barthesian concept of Semiologic, it is in many respects the "symptomatics" of linguistic signs.
This web site's name, that said, originates in a contraction of semio (as in meaning) and logic (as in solutions), for meaningful solutions.
The site itself initially was my personal blog. It eventually turned into a real business — until lost interest in software development.
Currently, the site is very much in an abandoned state. I might fix that sooner or later. Or maybe not.
About Denis de Bernardy
I've had a variety of jobs before starting this site. Namely network engineer, software developer, and business developer. And prior to that, I was also involved in research related to the making of and the adoption of beliefs — e.g. things related to marketing, management and behavior engineering.
This site eventually turned into a full time job that I can do while traveling from a country to the next.
I'm usually somewhere in Central America or Europe. My number changes accordingly, but phone is still the safest way to reach me. You'll find it on mesoconcepts.com.