I just got an email from someone claiming to have become a follower of my blog. He wants me to have an effective blog. Before I received that notice I had the number 124 in my followers stats with no visitors today, July 15. I think I even told metadata I didn’t want any more … More Blog Followers
In recent years when I’ve opened an online journalist’s newspaper report I’ve been unable to close the videos purportedly representing the text I’m trying to read. Often, unable to read the text because of the impossible-to-close videos, some of which are mindless junk promotions, I just close the page assuming that regardless of header topic, … More For readers words say more than pictures.
All science is communicated by comparison more abstract than, but similar to The Divine Comedy’s use of recorded actions of people or places of the real word to depict events and characters’ in the other world. … More Science and Allegory
they may want to rule the world via cyber-space. … More “No computer is safe.”
I just saw a caption saying Putin said robots will eat us alive, robots, the things our kids have been taught to make in publically financed schools for at least 15 years now. And Putin, a dastardly Russian, was saying this warning to people of all nations, especially to the robot makers and their families … More They’re still talkin’ on the ISS aren’t they?
I just saw a guy on BNN (Business News Network) advising investors how to protect themselves from a cyber attack. Sort of reminds me of how they were calling Donald Trump, before he became President Trump, a ludite because he said “no computer is safe”. A Washington Post article back then stated Mike DeBonis January … More Cybersafety Anyone?
Yesterday January 30, 2017, John Chen, U.S. citizen born in China; head of what was once a Canadian company, Research in Motion; now the more international Blackberry Ltd. was interviewed on BNN and objected to the U.S. ban on Middle East travelers entering America. This morning, January 31, in a caption printed across CP 24’s … More Technology’s “Brave New World”