I am excited about the coming 5G wireless network…
I will be able to get high-speed internet almost anywhere. The cable company’s monopoly will end. And competition should make high-speed internet more affordable for everyone.
According to some, we will surely get horrific cancer using it.
Good times to live in, eh?
Here are a few interesting links to “prove” that 5G is harmful to us:
Continue reading “Is the new 5G wireless dangers going to kill us all?”
When people say bad things about me on the Internet, I ignore it.
Because, I do not care what most people think of me. (I do care what the RIGHT people think about me)…
But the real reason is I know most of the “people” online are artificial intelligence bots.
Or worse, these “people” come from “click farms” – as featured in this New York Intelligencer article… and I quote:
How much of the internet is fake? Studies generally suggest that, year after year, less than 60 percent of web traffic is human; some years, according to some researchers, a healthy majority of it is bot. For a period of time in 2013, the Times reported this year, a full half of YouTube traffic was “bots masquerading as people,” a portion so high that employees feared an inflection point after which YouTube’s systems for detecting fraudulent traffic would begin to regard bot traffic as real and human traffic as fake. They called this hypothetical event “the Inversion.”
First we have fake news, now we have fake people surfin’ the ‘net. What is next?
I cannot believe this internet video downloader software is 100% FREE…
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According to this new article, most teens are trying to limit their smartphone and social media use.
According to a new study released by Pew Research Center this week, U.S. teens are now taking steps to limit themselves from overuse of their phone and its addictive apps, like social media. A majority, 54% of teens, said they spend too much time on their phone, and nearly that many – 52% – said they are trying to limit their phone use in various ways.
In addition, 57% say they’re trying to limit social media usage and 58% are trying to limit video games.
This article goes into great detail about the problem. But as always, it never offers any real solutions.
Over the decades, Sony has publicly released robots that seemed very… well… robotic.
But earlier this week, that all changed.
Introducing the Sony Aibo Robot Dog.
This piece of plastic with actuator motors is guaranteed to charm us. Some will even think of it as cuter than a real dog: