Let's me start with the world-famous cliche that "I'm an active listener" of the show. I like it. It's better than most of what is out there, and it used to be even better. In general I'm a fan. The Dunning-Kruger curve is the idea that initially, when you start a subject, you know nothing. As you learn more about it, your confidence grows. Your confidence about the knowledge of the subject grows almost at the same angle as a...
NPR does a great job at documenting the incident, so I will not try to do that here. However, what I would like to do is point this out as the huge gulf that has been growing between what we once consider to be a fringe issue to something that is ever more present in our society. Here is to hope this attitude goes back to where it came from... The fringes of our great society. https://www.npr.org/2018/05/05/608558338/3-black-teenage-scientists-had-a-breakthrough-then-came-the-trolls
The internet has been a blessing to humanity... and it has also been a curse in some ways. There are very few things that I can think about that have not been impacted by the capacities the internet has. At the core of those capacities is information, or data. The amount of information that is transported by the internet wires is outstanding. We have evolved from dial-up connections (some of those reading this post may not even know what that...
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