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59 blogs about Computers, internet, tech. Page 2 of 3.

  1. Gunther's Guides & More
    “I use this website to publish guides, ramblings, and other thoughts about digital privacy & security, video game console hacking, or any other topic I find interesting.”

    The Internet is Not Forever
    Since I was a young, I was told, “be careful what you post on the internet, the internet is forever.” Despite this, I know I’m not the first person to realize that it just isn’t …
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  2. · Essays
    “Personal website of Gwern Branwen (writer, self-experimenter, and programmer): topics: psychology, statistics, technology, deep learning, anime.” 🇺🇸

    May 2021 Newsletter
    May 2021’s newsletter is now out; previous, April 2021 (archives). This is a collation of links and summary of major changes, overlapping with my Changelog; brought to you by my donors on Patreon.Note: I …
    By gwern, 2,085 words

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  3. Hackaday
    “Fresh hacks every day.” By Elliot Williams. 🇺🇸

    Info Sought On a Forgotten Cuban Radio
    Some of the daily normalities of life in the Cold War seem a little surreal from our perspective in 2023, when nuclear bombers no longer come in to land just down the road and you …
    By Jenny List, 257 words

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  4. | Article archive
    “Archive of articles by Adrian Holovaty.” 🇳🇱

    Adventures in generating music via ChatGPT text prompts
    Yesterday OpenAI released ChatGPT, a chatbot that uses a sophisticated language model and knows a lot about the world. It can give high-quality answers on business strategy, talk in funny dialects, write coherent poetry/jokes/limericks and …
    By Adrian Holovaty, 1,631 words

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  5. I, Cringely
    “on technology.” By Robert X Cringely. 🇺🇸

    If you want to reduce ChatGPT mediocrity, do it promptly
    My son Cole, pictured here as a goofy kid many years ago, is now six feet six inches tall and in college. Cole needed a letter of recommendation recently so he turned to an old …
    By Robert X. Cringely, 951 words

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  6. Interconnected, a blog by Matt Webb
    “My notebook and space for thinking out loud since February 2000.” 🇬🇧

    The surprising ease and effectiveness of AI in a loop
    AI is still in the foothills of its adoption S-curve, and I love this period of any new technology – the scope of what it can do is unknown, so the main job is to …
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  7. joshua stein

    Taking a Better Photo of a CRT Screen with a Phone
    As a frequent reader of the retrobattlestations and VintageApple subreddits, I see a lot of photos of CRT screens that show significant scanlines resulting in images like the one on the left. With a simple …
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  8. Kevin's Blog
    “There's like posts and stuff here.” By Kevin Wang. 🇺🇸

  9. Krell’s Last Dreaming – Applied Eschatology
    By Joshua Madara. 🇺🇸

    Suffumigation of the Black Pyramid
    It is meaningless to talk about the force of gravity unless there are at least two material bodies, or their equivalents, between which the force is considered as acting. G. Patrick Flanagan, Pyramid Power This …
    By Joshua Madara, 764 words

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  10. Learning By Shipping
    “products, development, management.” By Steven Sinofsky. 🇺🇸

    AI, ChatGPT, and Bing…Oh My
    And Sydney too. Consolidating some thoughts on an exciting two weeks of surprises, advances, and retreats in AI.The following brings together three twitter threads on the launch of ChatGPT, the launch of Bing Chat, the …
    By Steven Sinofsky, 4,933 words

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  11. Living with Machines – Latest
    “…historians, data scientists, geographers, computational linguists, and curators have been brought together to examine the human impact of industrial revolution.” 🇬🇧

    Living with Machines Digital Residencies
    The Living with Machines project has announced a call for digital residencies. So what are they? And are they for you?
    By Ruth Ahnert, 26 words

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  12. Marius Masalar
    “Homepage and blog of Toronto-based photographer, writer, and composer Marius Masalar. Featuring reviews, commentary, photos, and other updates.” 🇨🇦

    Are we being good ancestors?
    There’s a question that keeps echoing in my mind: are we being good ancestors? It’s attributed to Jonas Salk, an American virologist who developed one of the first successful polio vaccines. I encountered it months …
    By Marius Masalar, 157 words

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  13. Matthew Bischoff
    “They design & develop apps at Lickability and post about tech & culture here.” 🇺🇸

    Absolutely Crushed →
    In more mb-media news: earlier this year I launched a new podcast with my friend Syd Andrerson, called Absolutely Crushed. It’s a bi-weekly comedy interview show in which we gossip with a guest about their …
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  14. Nadia Asparouhova
    “Personal writing, links, and other things by Nadia Asparouhova.” 🇺🇸

    Early stage funding markets for science - an analysis
    In the summer of 2022, with support from Schmidt Futures, I took a closer look at several emerging science funding mechanisms – rapid grants, scout programs, and focused research organizations (FROs) – to understand how …
    By Nadia Asparouhova, 498 words

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  15. The New Aesthetic
    By James Bridle. 🇬🇷

    2023-03-13 10:57
    Samsung cameras claim to produce incredibly high-detailed photos, even at night. One example they use is shots of the moon. However, as this reddit user shows, they are in fact using onboard AI / machine …
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    “Coverage of Disruptive Science and Technology.” By Brian Wang. 🇺🇸

    Updated Among Minority of Successful Companies to Renew Coveted Estonian License
    Tallinn, Estonia, 21st March, 2023, Chainwire Estonia-based crypto startup has become one of the first crypto companies to receive a stamp of approval from Estonia’s Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU). renewed its crypto license …
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  17. Now Go Bang! – mass:werk blog
    By Norbert Landsteiner. 🇦🇹

    The Case of the Missing 4th Commodore BASIC Variable, Bonus Episode
    Yet another hair-raising experiment. A mildly interesting bonus episode, where we investigate our own signal to noise ratio using the new-fangled Clip Text™ Machine… Continue reading…
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  18. Oliver Palmer
    “I'm a Conversion Rate Optimisation consultant, helping my clients to increase their conversion rates, make better decisions informed by data and delight their customers.” 🇦🇺

    Why you need to migrate to GA4 (immediately)
    In October 2020, Google released a new version of Google Analytics. GA4 was missing a lot of features to begin with and was fairly useless. Now, GA4 is a fully featured product and your old …
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  19. Olly Headey — Writing
    “I typically write about leadership, management and productivity. Running-a-business kinda stuff. Occasionally I’ll write about music, or life in general.” 🇬🇧

  20. Olu Online | Blog

    Is using Lensa art theft? | The ethics of AI generated art
    Lensa is, in their own words, "an all-in-one image editing app that takes your photos to the next level". I haven't explored any of their other features besides the one that's taking the internet by …
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