Capricorns as it is written in the stars
As I, Emmanuel Motelin, write to you presently, I know that many of my friends and fans might be familiar with my traits and idiosyncrasies. You are gracious enough to not treat me rudely to me on the occasions when you contact me. Thank you very much for that.
News media bargaining code could fundamentally break how the web operates. Here's why!
Facebook and Google are the two leading tech giants in the world. Australian news publishers and lawmakers have challenged the two tech giants. The tech giants are required to pay for news articles from news organizations shared within their network. According to the law proposed by the Consumer commission and Australian Competition, both Facebook and Google would require to agree with media publishers and pay them for the content published on their sites. The two tech giants have tried hard to prevent the law set to take effect. Instead, the two companies have varied how they should look into the set regulations for a brief period.
Quantum Computing & The Bitcoin Mystery
He sat there like a statue of carved flesh. I saw him blink occasionally, seriously once a minute or so, as he stared a hole through the two-way mirror. He'd been as docile as a doe since we came into his crappy apartment to slap cuffs on him, so now we let him sit silently at the cold bare metal table in interrogation chamber #4 with his hands folded demurely in front of him like he was front-row in an honors class. Those hands were the first thing that caught my attention about him. Long, pale, and thin. A pianist's hands. Or perhaps he spent too much time in front of a computer monitor.
New Ai Algorithm Evaluated Human Brainwaves & Drew Images of Thoughts!
A recent brainwave advancement is on the horizon. It's a system that evaluates brainwaves and then draws an image of thoughts. This may be a game-changer in the world of solving the neural activities of humans.
The Mind of A Calculated Predicament
It was a lovely day, like any other day. Courtney Winston walked out from her suburban driveway. She had been living in her three-bedroom house for a year. Courtney didn't have a family of her own, so Courtney turned her spare bedrooms into a workout room and home office. She had a touch of OCD and friends told her she was wound so tight, she would snap one day. Having been a recent graduate from Columbia University School of Law, she was well on her way to becoming a top-notch lawyer.
Why I Love Ambient Space Music So Much
I have a confession to make. I love Ambient Space Music. I got into it when Interstellar came out. I was very touched by the story and how it’s so disturbingly relevant to our time. To me, it triggers very intense feelings of everything from peace to sadness. I cried when I first heard Interstellar’s Groove Addicts. I also love the softness of some of it, such as Hans Zimmer’s Our Destiny Lies Above Us. Others, such as Sid Acharya’s No Way Back sound peaceful and then triumphant. As if someone has completed a major mission and is now heading back home.