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Mark Twain was a great storyteller, and he understood that we buy things with money but pay for them with time. Time prices are the true prices.
why i only use plain black wallpapers : Your Desktop Is Not a Destination
“The dead outnumber the living 14 to 1, and we ignore the accumulated experience of such a huge majority of mankind at our peril”.
The world’s most expensive drug?
The launch of 6G will spur a further shift towards mixed reality devices and make smartphones irrelevant in the next fifteen years
Messaging yourself reminders, to-do lists, links, and photos is the fastest way you’ll find to make sure everything is searchable and cross-platform.
Ruminations on the future of AI : MSN Fired Its Human Journalists and Replaced Them With AI That Started Publishing Fake News About Mermaids and Bigfoot
Are ChatGPT and AlphaCode going to replace programmers? OpenAI and DeepMind systems can now produce meaningful lines of code, but software engineers shouldn’t switch careers quite yet.
Drowning in AI Generated Garbage : the silent war we are fighting: Facebook created algorithms to show us the content that will engage us the most. Algorithms are able to create out of nowhere this very engaging content. That’s exactly why you are finding the results fascinating. Those are pictures and text that have the maximal probability of fascinating us. They are designed that way.
But one thing is happening really fast. Those "artificial" creations are also uploaded on the Internet. Those artificial artefacts are now part of the statistical data.
Do you see where it leads? The algorithms are already feeding themselves on their own data.
The ChatGPT chatbot from OpenAI is amazing, creative, and totally wrong: Need ideas? Great! Need facts? Stay away!
16 former PepsiCo executives are now Fortune 500 CEOs. Here’s how the food and beverage giant became an incubator for leaders (The maker of fizzy drinks and chips is a CEO factory.)
How Web Platforms Collapse: That sounds impossible. How can you fail by being too powerful? But this has happened in many instances, even on the web. There was a day when Yahoo was the leader in search. There was a day when MySpace was the dominant social network. There was a day when Tumblr was the place to share photos. There was even a day when the two companies in total control of your access to the Internet were called Netscape and America Online.
Exhausted by the modern pressure to squeeze meaning out of every moment?
Solarpunk is a literary and art movement which imagines what the future could look like if the human species were actually to succeed in solving the major challenges associated with global warming
How an Early Oil Industry Study Became Key in Climate Lawsuits: The 1969 paper cited models predicting atmospheric CO2 would reach 370 parts per million by 2000 — astonishingly close the actual reading of 369.71.
The Effects of Uber and Lyft in U.S. Cities
The Great Purpling: Streetlights in a bunch of major cities are turning purple. Is it just a fluke — or a warning of the [LED] chaos to come?
The Greatest Films of All Time?