February 23, 2022 at 4:59 am #102625Veracious PoetParticipant
Hmmm, just checked & it’s loading on Firefox too 😉
False alarm?February 23, 2022 at 5:09 am #102626zerosumParticipant
Jhon Day blog is back from it time travel tripFebruary 23, 2022 at 5:12 am #102627D Benton SmithParticipant
End of another long day. This seems like a good spot and a good time to interject a poem . That way it won’t clutter up tomorrow’s comment section (there’s already over 160 comments today so we gotta be getting close to a wrap.)
Anyhow, here’s the pome (song, actually, but you do NOT want to hear these ancient vocal chords try to sing it.) It just seemed to me, in the moment, that message is appropriate to the communications pickle we are all in. It’s entitled,
In A Word</strong
Each and ever word you ever heard
Is the story of a feeling going back to when such feelings first occurred
Why? God only knows
That’s just the way it goes
And the truth of every song that’s come along
Is the feeling deep within ourselves that tells us that we are not all alone.
The proof , be reassured ,
Is right there in the words
Each word’s a poem so profound
It captures life within a sound
We sing and say them to each-other
Hoping that some way or other
A way out of this lonely place is found.February 23, 2022 at 5:22 am #102628D Benton SmithParticipant
Re John Day’s blog.
The written message John got from BlogSpot was not an hallucination, and so I would not consider the blog take-down to be a false alarm.
More of a warning shot across the bow.February 23, 2022 at 7:12 am #102629phoenixvoiceParticipant
Re Tamara Lich
Wait a minute…
“ Lich faces a charge of mischief, meaning she faces up to 10 years in prison.”
Is that serious?
I watched Silverado a couple weeks back. A main character had served his term for murder – 5 years.
Um…ya think that the sentencing on the North American continent just might be a little off?February 23, 2022 at 7:29 am #102631phoenixvoiceParticipant
@ John Day
Glad your blog is back up.
Bit of advice.
Don’t rely solely on the internet for “backups.”
Email is easy – you can use Mozilla Thunderbird to download all mail you have sent, then copy the emails en masse to archive.February 23, 2022 at 11:28 am #102646aspnazParticipant
No disrespect but I am an engineer, the number of bullshit documents I have to put up with, such as the WEF documents, is the bain of my life. There is nothing frightening in that document, it is hopeless rhetoric, the sort of shit that CEOs eat up then spew out. The sort of document aimed at investors who pile into stocks that say they are into AI. It is pathetic. The WEF documents are standard cheap shite, only an amateur investor would take any notice.
Web services, blockchain, AI …. the number of technologies adopted by CEOs to promote their businesses because the market has jumped onto that bandwagon is endless. How many businesses have an AI project but know nothing about AI, or a blockchain project but actually know nothing about blockchain. It is pathetic.
CEOs are like chimpanzees peeling bananas: they know nothing, they operate on instinct. Marketing is everything and WEF is 99% marketing – just look at their people like Trudeau, Ardern etc, you are not looking at intellect, the future of intelligence. The WEF documents you linked are pathetic, sorry, just plain “Annual General Meeting” speak, so mean nothing.
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