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The Window

Doppler radar,

full and dark,

streaming blue

across the screen.

One winter,

back a ways,

I discovered its

mesmerizing movement,

weather-in-motion,

and transfixed,

I became. 33 more words

Daily Journal

No End to the Crises; No Hope for World Peace

Global Frequency consists of a number of episodes detailing the undertakings of the agency as it works to resolve crises around the world.  Each episode begins and ends abruptly, with minimal buildup and conclusion. 491 more words

Reading Response

Human Emotions Interrupting Technological Preformances

Global Frequency spends great deals of its energy on looking at how humans differ from that of machines or other beings. I think this concept of human vs. 747 more words

Reading Response

#388 - 5 Haiku

5 Haiku

 

bleach, softeners; she

puts her quarters in―alone

in the laundromat

 

 

so old this burrow

refuge from too much shade and

too little sunshine… 35 more words

Poetry

Looking Up and Down by Trevor Plumbly

Jacquie Sends Her Love!

It’s clear to me that these computer geeks won’t stop until their insidious creations rule the world. They’ve done pretty well over the years: they’ve released us of the burden of having to write or even speak to each other; ‘online’ rules the world. 651 more words

Trevor's Posts

Auticles - Episode 1

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Technologist Peter Thiel once said: ‘We wanted flying cars, we got 140 characters.’

This is pretty much the theme of the article written by science journalist Michael Hanlon in Aeon Magazine. 1,055 more words

Featured

Data Series #2: What Does Data Mean to You?

Data is important, but it is not always relevant. Sometimes getting at the good data can be very expensive, and sometimes too much information is just extra noise that distracts and eliminates our focus. 1,250 more words