ANACONDA by Pheelan McPhelan. All rights reserved by author. I. A Note On Blueprint’s “Anaconda.” Most people are aware that 2029 saw rapid developments in public policing software. But is the public ready for all that it entails? Conservative right-wing groups have alleged that sites like “Anaconda” actually violate human and civil rights. … Continue reading Anaconda (Part 1) by Pheelan McPhalen
In an age long ago, when internet discussion forums were a dime a dozen, and before sites like Facebook and Twitter took off, you could actually find intelligent discussions on the internet. People would generally “network” by joining a discussion group that matched their interests, and take off from there. Back then, the narcissism was … Continue reading How Social Media Killed Intelligent Dialogue
Many across the state of Texas are in a panic right now. Due to record cold temperatures and a blanket of snow which has kept everyone indoors, people are consuming more energy than normal. This has issued in a number of rolling blackouts across the state, resulting in consumer power losses of up to 45 … Continue reading Green-Capping Today’s Energy For Tomorrow’s World
Now that popular trends are starting to backlash against the big social media platforms, one begins to wonder where it all will end. I mean, it seems that social media, as we know it, is living on borrowed time. There is something to be said for the almost-outmoded concept of “consumer trust.” When your users … Continue reading The High Cost Of Social Media
As we aim to channel more positive energy into our lives, we are conscious of a phenomenon that is all-to-often overlooked by sages and savants. Everyone knows about the concept of Karma, i.e., the boomerang effect of human behavior. Bad things happen to bad people, right? And good things happen to good people. Of course, … Continue reading Karma Vs. Sharpwa
It can be arguably postulated that anything that acts in a mind-altering manner and ends in addiction can be classified as a drug. We tend to think of drugs as physical substances which are physically ingested. But few of us stop to consider the fact that a drug does not need to be material in … Continue reading Why People Stay On Social Media
One of the predictions made when Covid-19 took off and forced millions of Americans to work from home, was that the commercial real estate market would eventually tank out. Of course, the actual metrics are complex and difficult to analyze due to disparate geographical trends. There are other factors involved as well. But to most … Continue reading Price-Bluffing In an Uncertain Economy
So you’ve just gone online and purchased that gadget you’ve had your eye on for months. But now you realize that you needed the one with the built-in accessory. Not a problem, right? You call the 1-800 number in hopes that the order can be updated. But you are told that it cannot. What’s more, … Continue reading How To Rescue Your Money From The E-Commerce Dragon
What started with maverick software developers has actually become, during the last few years, a growing reality. Software systems can now be implemented to function in lieu of humans. While this sounds great (or not) on its face, there are a few key reasons why AI—that is, Artificial Intelligence, won’t be taking over your job … Continue reading Why AI Isn’t Right Around The Corner
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