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On the Free Will Improbability Factor

As a human I’m qualified to point out something ridiculous we do: get terribly worked up waiting for something to happen. Sure, using tools was a great achievement, and mourning the dead was another big day, but at some point we went straight off the rails and let ourselves invent fantasies about what might, what is, and what has happened. 443 more words


[마글 이야기] 철조망은 어디에 있는가

우리가 살고 있는 평범한 일상에서도 그렇듯,

어제에 안주하고픈 우리네 마음에도 그렇듯,

XX폰만을 고집하는 XX빠들에게도 그렇듯,

앞엣 사람이 어떻게 했나만을 찾아보는 우리 생각속에도 그렇듯,

일생에서 때가 되면 무얼 해야 하는 게 당연한 것이다라고 하는 말 속에도 그렇듯,

어떻게 보면, 언제나 우리가 뛰어 넘어야 할 철조망은 눈에 보이는 밖에 있는 것이 아닌 우리 머릿속에 있습니다.


The NFL: Twitter’s Kingmaker?

The NFL has a distinguished history of successful partnerships with upstart media companies. When it became the home of Sunday Night Football in 1987, ESPN’s unprecedented growth accelerated. 803 more words


Column: The Last Time the Cubs Were In the World Series

Saturday night, the Chicago Cubs advanced to the World Series for the first time since 1945, defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0 to win the National League Championship Series in six games to meet the Cleveland Indians in the Fall Classic, starting Tuesday. 551 more words

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Breadcrumbs from the Void #22 A Foot(Slammed) in the Door | Alex Schumacher | Five 2 One Magazine 

This is why I love the hell out of Alex Schumacher, my cohort and co-conspirator in breaking down the walls of silence and take-no-shit authorship. 55 more words


Advancements in artificial intelligence should be kept in the public eye

Artificial intelligence allows machines to reason and interact with the world, and it’s evolving at a breakneck pace. It’s already driving our cars, managing our health and even competing with — and sometimes beating at our on games — our best and most talented humans. 817 more words


Driverless cars will be widespread by 2020

Rahul Sonnad is CEO of Tesloop, a Los Angeles-based transportation start-up offering zero-emission ride-sharing in Southern California through its fleet of Tesla vehicles.

But while Sonnad, like most of us, is very involved as a citizen in the 2016 election, he’s less engaged as an entrepreneur. 182 more words