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2023

Announcing The Great American Book Of Presidential Tacos

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So.... I wrote a book and this time it is not about tech or ChromeOS but a cookbook

Some of my best ideas start as a joke and people who know me IRL tend to agree that I can sometimes take a joke way too far... a few friends were joking around earlier this year and somehow the topic shifted to "what if Donald Trump was a taco?"... Well on the hour long drive home the next day, my mind decided to go down this rabbit hole and wonder what a taco inspired by each president would look like... and then this happened

Shifting the Trust: How Privacy Marketing Preys on Your Fears

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Privacy and security are paramount concerns in the digital sphere. In response, tech companies big and small vow to protect your data through enhanced encryption, anonymity tools, and strict privacy policies. However, you should approach these claims with skepticism. Often, privacy marketing aims to shift your trust from mainstream services to unproven alternatives, rather than truly safeguard your information.

The Art of Talking to Machines - A Dive into Conversation Design and Prompt Engineering

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In today's world, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer just a buzzword; it's a part of our daily lives. Whether you're asking the Google Assistant for the weather forecast or using a chatbot for customer service, AI is there to assist you... But have you ever wondered how these interactions feel so smooth and natural? The secret lies in two key techniques: Conversation Design and Prompt Engineering. While these terms may sound technical, they're the backbone of making AI more user-friendly. These two concepts form the backbone of most AI powered customer centric products that leverage large language models, Artificial Intelligence and Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI). Let's delve into what each of these means and how they differ.

It's Time To Re-Think Return to Office Mandates: Remote Work is Here to Stay

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For over two years during the Covid-19 pandemic, millions of office workers made the transition to working effectively from home. With the rapid shift to remote work, many companies discovered that their employees could be just as, if not more, productive working remotely. However, as pandemic restrictions have eased, many businesses are now pushing for a mandatory return to the office—even for those who have proven they can excel while working remotely. But do these return-to-office mandates actually make business sense, or are they more about corporations exerting control over where and how employees work?

Florida Commission on Ethics - Probable Cause Found McKenzie Fleurimond Abused His Position

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McKenzie Fleurimond, a compulsive liar and one of the most vile City Commissioner's of North Miami Beach, is currently under scrutiny following a recent announcement from the Florida Commission on Ethics. The Commission has found probable cause to believe that Fleurimond may have abused his position for personal gain. This news shocked absolutely nobody as his ethical standards have been called into question on numerous occasions.

Google Extends ChromeOS Device Automatic Updates to 10 Years!

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We've all heard the criticism and seen countless photos from schoool administrators showing piles of chromebooks collecting dust - Chromebooks only get a few years of software updates before they are abandoned and sent to a e-waste landfill or sold off for scrap. It looks like Google is finally looking to change that perception with a major announcement that will see Chrome OS devices supported for over a decade.

Apple Announces The New Revolutionary Decade-Old USB-C Port

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Ah, the winds of innovation are blowing once again from the hallowed halls of Cupertino. Apple, ever the maverick of the tech world, has just bestowed upon the eagerly awaiting masses its latest masterpiece: the iPhone 15. But it's not the processor, camera, or AI that's got everyone talking. It's something far more... "revolutionary." Ladies, gentlemen, and tech aficionados, prepare to be astounded, for Apple has unveiled their latest groundbreaking, mind-bending, never-before-seen invention: the USB Type C port.

RadioShack Announces Exclusive Line of Chromebooks

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As a kid, I remember walking into my local RadioShack to explore the newest gadgets, playing with the computers on display and spending hours re-arranging the parts drawers to annoy the poor employees who had to later clean up my mess. My memories of this were so treasured that I later got a job at RadioShack when I turned 18, sadly I moved on after completing my 2-year conscription.