Author Archive | aaron

Language agnostic document processing: Finding relations using statistics, machine learning, and graphs. Artificial Intelligence.

Brilliant Artificial Intelligence of “I write like”

Not exactly sure how I found the website “I write like” but from the first moment I was mesmerized by the system. A simple idea in theory but very complicated in application. It’s a good example of where Artificial Intelligence (AI) has found a perfect application, to rapidly analyze language patterns, then make comparison of […]

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Dilbert

Scott Adams the Dilbert Creator on Trump

One of the great inspiration for me lately was finding out about Scott Adams, the cartoon artist and creator of Dilbert. Not only is his cartoon excellent but he’s on a great youtube channel where he expounds about the persuasion techniques that President Trump is using in his speeches and tweet storms etc… Scott Adams […]

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mindfulness

Practicing mindfulness and meditation

A friend gave me a horoscope reading for my birthday and in it it said, that I would be giving up social life in favor of meditation and reflection. Also, that purple was my color for this year and amethyst crystal my stone, a couple other details which I’ve forgotten but the notion of my […]

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My office in the Imagination Factory

My Office in the Imagination Factory

Bitcoin was born of imagination, almost like a John Lennon lyric; imagine a world with no central bank governance? Imagine a way to digitize money and share or send it across borders without any hassle, simple and easy, pier-to-pier transfers? Imagine an electronic network of digital money that everyone can trust and everyone, everywhere, wants […]

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revolution of the mind

The Third Industrial Revolution: A Radical New Sharing Economy

 The global economy is in crisis. The exponential exhaustion of natural resources, declining productivity, slow growth, rising unemployment, and steep inequality, forces us to rethink our economic models. Where do we go from here? In this feature-length documentary, social and economic theorist Jeremy Rifkin lays out a road map to usher in a new […]

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Fight Club and Tyler Durden from Zero Hedge

Drudge Report, Zero Hedge and Youtube

At the risk of sounding redundant, as I know I’ve said this somewhere before but because it’s worth repeating, I’ll say again; the first things I read online every morning and the last thing I look at online every night, in the same order is Drudge Report, Zero Hedge and Youtube and here’s why you […]

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Karl Marx in Winter

On This Day in History the Communist Manifesto was Published

On February 21, 1848, The Communist Manifesto, written by Karl Marx with the assistance of Friedrich Engels, is published in London by a group of German-born revolutionary socialists known as the Communist League. The political pamphlet–arguably the most influential in history–proclaimed that “the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles” […]

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Release the Kracken

Release the Kracken on the Blockchain of Cryptocurrency

My adventure in cryptocurrency started recently, despite having joined Steemit a few years ago I did not start purchasing Bitcoin until 2017 but began investing and trading in February of 2018. This is the beginning of my cryptocurrency love affair, the evolution of which became heated with the combination of an excellent buying opportunity and […]

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social media madness

Social Media Madness and Predictable Revenue

In the beginning there was Word, decades before social media madness. Once upon a time being a master of MS Word and Excel Spreadsheets (which still confounds me) was enough of a skill-set to provide you with value in business. Now it’s not enough to be proficient in every app of MS Office but be […]

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