It’s amazing how accurate they were about gaming in the future

This Illustration from 1982 about the Future of Gaming reminded that growing up I had a great chess book from the 70s. Near the back it talked about the future of the game, mentioning computer versions. It stated something to the effect of “computer AI will never be able to play chess, because it’s too complex.” Continue reading “It’s amazing how accurate they were about gaming in the future”

SEO talk at Linkedin with BayAreaSearch

Today after my day job, with my friend from work we attended to an event called BayAreaSearch, it is an April SEO Meetup that I found by coincidence on Eventbrite since my friend James (the hipster one) decided to join me I didn’t mind traffic that much. Even though it was like 1 hour and 20 min drive from San Jose with all the traffic in Bay Area it was fair enough. Continue reading “SEO talk at Linkedin with BayAreaSearch”

Minimum Wage Machine – Work in Progress

Recently I came across of this picture, it is from 2016 and I thought that the same still applies even more. If you earn a decent living, it’s easy to wonder why the hell someone would do any job for such a tiny amount. You might sympathize if they were to, say, opt out of the pointless drive for full employment. Maybe you’ll start to realize that nobody should be subjected to soul-crushing robot work for so little compensation, and “being lazy” has little to do with it. Continue reading “Minimum Wage Machine – Work in Progress”