A very inspiring short film for content creators by content creators. Made by Casey Neistat and Max Joseph. A must watch!
I like the way Nintendo has designed the Switch. It’s all about playing with friends and family. I mean yes, you can play alone if you want to but having someone else is always much more fun. I don’t know how the Switch will be received by the masses but personally, I think it’s a great console with so much versatility and portability.
Also, I am amazed at how Nintendo has made the game cartridges for the Switch fully kid-proof. Don’t get what I mean? Watch the video. 😉
If there is one thing an artificial intelligence (AI) doesn’t get, it’s sarcasm. I can understand that it’s very hard trying to make a computer understand our sarcasm. But when that happens, it would be fun to have a chat with whatever AI you have at hand.
Review of the Google Pixel by MKBHD.
Whenever some gadget or appliance at your home gets malfunctioned, how much time does it take for the technicians to reach your home and do their job? You would say 2 days, or 4 days. But rarely ever a week. The TV in my house that we bought nearly six months ago went into a non-working state about a month ago.
If you observe today’s teens you’ll see that most of them are always in a hurry. Hurry to reach their lectures on time, hurry to finish their work (and do it clumsily as a result), hurry to be everywhere. They have little or no moment of respite. They are always engaged in some or the other activity. Always doing a activity means you are productive, I agree with that, but sometimes you just have to sit back and relax.
How’s that even possible? Not the best option though but good if you want on-the-go speakers. Handy piece of tech.
I recently read a article by Lauren Gilmore on TheNextWeb where she talked about 8 signs showing that we don’t give a shit about our data. Read that article, and if you find yourself doing anyone of that thing, you really don’t care about your data. 😛
Read the article here.
Technology is anything that wasn’t around when you were born. – Alan Kay (Computer Scientist)
That would apply only to the current generation, don’t you think? I came across this quote and thought what if I re-quote this to the next generation, they will just say, “Now stop kidding me. Didn’t you click a selfie the moment I was born?”
Photo Challenge – Equations. Clock faces. Cash registers. Numbers are everywhere: this week, share a photo that puts them front and center.
When we talk digital, it all comes down to the basic 0s and 1s, doesn’t it? I think that those are the most important numbers of all. Without them, nothing that we have achieved today might have been possible.
I was in a lecture the other day practicing binary arithmetic and it just striked me, “Why not click a picture?” And there it is, the photo.