• News is a misleading way to understand the world.
• British Airways tells Swiss musician she must have a visa for her cello.
• Description of a trip from Montreal to Minnesota on the Great Lakes. (long)
• A new kind of computer memory (now called 3D Xpoint) is probably going to market this year.
Imagine turning on your computer and everything is just exactly as you left it … 1000x faster than Flash memory, 10x denser than DRAM.
Great Story In 1966, in order to meet the Beatles, they pretended to be the opening band.
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• How Sam Phillips invented the sound of rock and roll.
(For one thing he kept it simple. That might work today!)
• Some taxi drivers are switching to Tesla Taxis.
” Christian says that the expensive monthly payments are dwarfed by the money he saves on gas and maintenance.”
• Seattle millenials see a scary future.
• Questions gay people hate being asked.
• California gang database includes 42 people under 1 year old.
There are two kinds of people in this world, my fren. Those with an antenna on their car, and those without.
• Want cheaper Comcast rates? Move to a city with Google Fiber.
• She quite school, worked in a record shop, joined a band, then
got interested in string theory.
• You may be a happy housekeeper.
• We don’t understand AI because we don’t understand intelligence.
” Even if scientists develop the technology to create an artificial brain, there is no evidence that this process will automatically generate a mind. There’s no guarantee that this machine will suddenly be conscious. How could there be, when we don’t understand the nature of consciousness? “
QUOTE You can’t rule the world in hiding. You’ve got to come out on the balcony sometimes and wave a tentacle. — Doctor Who