As a non-US citizen looking from the outside, I find it odd that blacks, women, and minorities support the US’ Democratic Party. Given the history and ideology of the Democrats, I’m not sure as to why this is the case.
I also don’t understand why Republicans are often labelled bigots and racists when most racist and atrocious things in history came from The Democrats. Can this be the reason why Democrats and their Leftist allies want to tear down statues and revise history?
A simple online search (mostly Wikipedia, something easily accessible to anyone) would reveal inconvenient facts about Democrats and the ideology that guides them. …
For beginners, there is no shortage of advice online. Not to mention the unlimited choice of “proper” equipment to buy. I wish I had known what I know now about podcasting, I would’ve save a lot of time, energy, and not to mention money.
So after 1 year of podcasting, I want to share what I learned so hopefully you could avoid the mistakes I made.
Choosing the best podcasting microphone is like choosing wands, “The wand chooses the wizard, Mr. Potter.” as Mr. Ollivander would say.
A lot of focus is given to this one piece of equipment. A lot of mics are also marketed as “podcasting” or “broadcasting.” As a beginner, I bought into the hype. I cycled through a lot of mics from the Blue Yeti, to AKG D5 to the Rode Procaster. …
We’re creating machines that not only has the likeness of the human mind but we’re also giving them corporeal forms that mimic our likeness. Now the genie is out of the bottle, like a toothpaste once squeezed out would never go back into the tube. So, we have to deal with it.
The socio-political argument that will be made (or is already being made) is: if the machine has the likeness of a human and the human mind, we should give this machine human-like rights. Not to mention, should we have AI laws?
I’m very very weary of this topic and humanity as whole should tread lightly in addressing these issues. It’s a very very slippery slope. …