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August 14, 2016 | A Fundraiser And Being A Hitman

Dream 1

All that I can remember of the end of this dream is that a fundraiser was taking place at a multi-story building during the day, I think that they were trying to raise funds for the local public schools (public school system) in B Parish where I live, and so The B Parish School Board was probably over the fundraising and they teamed up with local public servant volunteers (teachers, librarians, and more) to help them with the fundraiser. 1,543 more words


Microsoft debug policy leak could make Windows Phones useful again

Microsoft looks to have inadvertently made some of its own orphaned devices useful again, after accidentally leaking a debug policy that could allow owners of Windows powered hardware such as earlier iterations of Windows Phones smartphones or ARM-powered Windows RT tablets to install alternative operating systems like Android and Linux. 554 more words


Google now uses machine learning to make reading comics on phones easier

Plenty of people still like to read their comics on paper, but increasingly, phones and tablets are the devices of choice for keeping up with the Justice League. 351 more words



Dined out last night in Paraiso Restaurant, Praia da Luz, Algarve, Portugal. The Restaurant is on the beach and has been rebuilt and opened recently since flooding last winter. 69 more words

This convenience store is operated entirely via your smartphone, no cashier needed

It’s a foregone conclusion that robots will continue to replace humans in the job field but did you ever expect your employment could be replaced by a smartphone? 243 more words

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February 18, 2016 | Dream Journal

I had some clear, long, and interesting dreams (maybe even a semi-lucid dream) last night but somehow I ended up forgetting everything except for barely part of the end of one or two dreams from last night. 1,078 more words


NYC Continues Its Great Phonebooth Transformation As First Tablets Hit Its Gigabit Wi-Fi Spots

The plan to turn unused NYC phonebooths into free digital hubs for local neighborhoods continues as Mayor Bill DeBlasio announced the second phase of the city’s LinkNYC program — with the unveiling of new, slightly generic tablets at the city’s newly installed hotspots. 519 more words