How to Misinform People with Blogs and Make Money

Three Card Monte game on a cardboard box

A situation we all know too well A week ago I found myself debating the future of jobs with someone I have not met and do not know. And inevitably it reached the point of battling with information sources. And this is where every online discussion goes off the rails. Eventually an information source is … Continue reading How to Misinform People with Blogs and Make Money

Lethality of AI and Robotics

Frankly, this video scared me a bit. I do believe we should pursue AI and robotic research. But proceed with great caution nonetheless. This is important video for people to watch, but I don't believe it's appropriate for kids. https://youtu.be/9CO6M2HsoIA    

Black children drown 5x more than White children

Now why would that be? Could it be that public pools were segregated (and not equal) which blocked black kids in the 50s from learning to swim? Which in turn leads to an activity from being passed on to future generations. Or is it that the maintenance of public pools is not something socially economic … Continue reading Black children drown 5x more than White children

Can’t Let Go of ‘S-Town’? Here’s What to Read Next

This is a great podcast that I think will be listened to for years to come. Even re-listened to. Kind of like watching one of your favorite movies. You know what's going to happen. But the sound of the voices and overall experience speaks to you on some level that you keep going back to … Continue reading Can’t Let Go of ‘S-Town’? Here’s What to Read Next

Alaska citizen’s monthly payment means recipients work more, not less

Think of Universal Basic Income as a venture capital investment in every citizen in the United States. A modest investment in the population of the world's only SuperPower to innovate. If what they say is true, that nations that lead innovations will lead the future world, then it would seem this is a wise investment. … Continue reading Alaska citizen’s monthly payment means recipients work more, not less