February 2019

Well, Well

"Then again, color me as skeptical as any this will really do much to restore our privacy."

Inner Conflict

"Having, you know, just published a book about forcing the inner liar to face truth for the betterment of all humanity...it's always awesome to come across others interested in inspiring similar critical thought."


"Revisiting history is not always kind, but is always important."

Recycling – China Out. Automation In

"Bigger. Faster. Stronger. Recycling is one place this mantra really applies. As in, build the bots who are going to take this task over 'bigger, faster, and stronger" ASAP. That's pretty much the only way this continues to work."

We’ve all seen enough of this guy’s picture

"But...even though I don't want to plaster his mug on my site, and this is in no way an endorsement of the current administration, it is worth noting here that executive orders are being signed to open public coffers to support the one technology that can save humanity. More than just worthy noting really, this is downright amazing."

The COMMON Moral Code

"Soooo, we don't need organized religion to tell us how to behave as humans? No, no we do not."

Fortnite and the Metaverse

"Never played Fortnite, but intrigued as anything by its capabilities. This article does a fantastic job probing the games reach while shucking current narratives."

Fascinating Read

"Really appreciated how nuanced Kashmir Hill got with her article. Almost mind-numbingly nuanced. Which...was the point."

The Usual – Throwing Good Money after Bad…

"Doctors are not the only shortage problem, ya know. Appraisers, airline pilots, farmers. Oh, and life nurturing insects. We need technology to replace them, not just false hope to plug the holes."

$134 Million on Ad Spending Really Is Infinitesimal

"Yes, the article asks the reader "not to tell anyone." Twice, in fact. But I'm telling anyone who will listen. 'Cause this is interesting."

Pay. Attention.

"The U.S. needs to be doing the exact same thing as fast as possible. Do not think this is going away. Do not shy from the technology. Run to it. All of our futures depend on A.I. taking over and working for the betterment of humankind."

Current Laws of Nature are Insufficient?

"Paul Davies telling us Biology alone is not enough. Time to fuse physics into the equation of understanding life. Kind of like how the future of humanity will inevitably be organic + inorganic matter, no?"

Who will win this race? Probably China

"Half of all A.I. patents in history have been filed since 2013. Think about that. I'm definitely gonna think about that. Still, according to this article, A.I. patents currently only make up 0.6% of all patents filed. Think that number might swell drastically in the next decade?"

Bye, Football

"I love football. Like, seriously love football. But it's a problem. And I'm proud to live in the state that could spearhead its inevitable demise."


"What a great word: "a value or quantity that is nearly but not exactly correct." Invoke God into the title of your article, and you have my attention."

I love technology. I want more technology everywhere. But!…

""It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong." - Richard P. Feynman"