How it works is kind of cool, from a Spy Kids / Bill Nye the Science Guy perspective, but will the world be a better place if we use technology to enforce manners?
Kurihara and Tsukada suggested the speech-jamming gun could be used to hush noisy speakers in public libraries or to silence people in group discussions who interrupt other people’s speeches. —Japan invents speech-jamming gun that silences people mid-sentence.
Media Bias Chart version 11 — Journalism sorted by bias (Left / Center / Right), reliabili...
An English professor tries to help ChatGPT write and revise a sonnet
ChatBot Helps Crack the Case of the Missing 45GB
The internet’s memory is fading in front of us. Preserve what you can.
Students must learn how to get things wrong. Only one subject does that. [English.]
In October, 2002, I was blogging about stupid space explosions, the superiority complex, w...