Engaging the Beast – Artificial Intelligence

I have read that the majority of comments on YouTube are bots (artificial intelligence). Isn’t that neat? You might keep this in mind if you ever choose to engage in the dialogue. Sometimes I wonder how many of my Facebook friends are bots. Sometimes I wonder even if I am. 🤔😎😉🙂 I think we are …

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Eric Raymond’s 17 Unix Rules

In his book The Art of Unix Programming that was first published in 2003, Eric S. Raymond, an American programmer and open source advocate, summarizes the Unix philosophy as the KISS Principle of “Keep it Simple, Stupid.” He provides a series of design rules: Rule of Modularity Developers should build a program out of simple parts …

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Nextcloud on Linux working superbly

After many weeks of thinking about it I finally got Nextcloud installed on both my Linux systems last evening. It is working flawlessly so far. Nextcloud is backup and file syncing software, but it is more than that. I finally moved all my systems to Linux two years ago after many years of experimenting with …

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