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Are We Becoming Obsolete?

There’s lots of talk in the news of artificial intelligence replacing humans. I don’t put much stock in it though, because, frankly, we are a ways off from that becoming a reasonable and less expensive alternative to most jobs humans do. Not all, to be sure, but, most. And, granted, automation has replaced a lot […]

Rainy Coffee Shop

Remember two weeks ago?  When I was talking about ambient coffee shop sounds? Well, now someone has come out with an improvement, at least in my mind; rain. So, really, this one is even simpler than the last one.  There’s just two buttons; one to turn on the “cafe sounds” and one to turn on […]

Coffee Shop Sounds

A relatively recent study says that the background noise of a coffee shop can boost your creativity. I tend to subscribe to the attitude of one of my favorite authors, John Scalzi, espoused in his book .  And, actually, the title of that book is pretty much how he feels.  I have to agree.  When […]

Chicken or Egg?

Personally, I find both to be delicious! But, that has nothing at all to do with this post. I’ve been thinking about a lot of stuff this week.  Mostly, though, I’ve been thinking about creativity and photography.  So, instead of just bringing you one link today, I’m bringing you two. First, a little about creativity.  […]


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