Just a simple Christian/techie/gamer that also goes by the musical artist name "JimJams" as well as "newbpcsir" on Twitch and YouTube. You could say I've got a thing for music, gaming, sci-fi, technology and writing stuff.
Why autonomy? Self-driving cars as a concept have been around for quite some time. As a tech/programmer/dev nerd myself, many doubts arise about the consistency with autonomous driving. Anything can be hacked, especially once it's "opened" (even with security) to the World Wide Web.
As in the writing world, the best way to capture some ideas is the attempt to transfer (or "dump") as much details from a topic within your cranium to your paper or device. In my personal experience, I find this especially helps my future self when recalling back to where my past self left off with a specific task. Whenever I didn't capture enough information while it was fresh in my head as I was leaving the office, I ended up paying for it the next day/week. With enough captured information, I can jump back into a particular idea/task almost instantly... but that could just be me too.
At last. The cybertruck (or "CYBRTRK") has been unveiled. I was once of the many hundreds of thousands, possibly millions, that pushed past their normal bedtime hours due to the overwhelming excitement.
Being a “90s kid,” I got the original PlayStation (aka PS1) as a gift and grew up with classic titles. These titles ranged from Crash Bandicoot to Destruction Derby as well as Spyro and Rally Cross. However, it wasn’t until my pre-teens (the PS2 already out at the point) that I discovered Driver.
Every weekday involves a mostly-awakened self getting into his fossil-fuled Dart and heading to/from work in Northwestern New Brunswick, Canada. However, the last one to two years also included Tesla/EV (Electric Vehicle) related podcasts filling myself with hopes of someday owning a Tesla/EV:
I love BandLab and, as far as I know, BandLab most certainly loves me. BandLab itself is an eye opener for an artist with a smartphone. The fact that I can remotely make music on the fly with a built-in DAW on an app still makes me smile. Discovering loopers... that was just the automated icing on the cake. The communities themselves are also a great way to discover other musicians and, when applicable, shamelessly plug yourself as well.
The creative juices Oh how they flow Breaking grounds in the sunrise With a reviving glow But sadly these forces
The darkness within Like the closest of kin Knowing every weakness and need It devours the light Bleeds in the night Hoping you’ll never succeed