Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Fwd: Podcast on Hacker Dojo

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From: "Chad Hall" <randombadassery>
Date: Oct 10, 2017 7:05 PM
Subject: Podcast on Hacker Dojo

Wanted to send over the link to the podcast episode, as promised. I think you'll really enjoy it. Thank you again for helping us with this. It was completely our pleasure to see what a great place you guys have at Hacker Dojo.  

Please share with whoever you you think will enjoy it.    (NEW LINK)

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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Mentioned in Atari podcast.

ANTIC Interview 264 - Paul Cubbage, Atari Program Exchange

I am mentioned in the post cast 7:40 in where I did a 7 days without sleep stint for a contract with Sun Micro systems.
And again 1:34:00 in about my streaming video and Timothy Leary and Arthur C. Clarke.

He also mentions Chris Crawford's SCRAM nuclear reactor simulator at 15:00 in.

Monday, April 03, 2017

Internet of things, everyone keeps thinking sensor

Internet of things, everyone keeps thinking sensor nets.
It's the Internet of atoms, matter , things.
Internet of transportation is a more apt term.
When material objects are moved like we do data today. Stored, sorted, organized, processed, transportation, packetized and serialized.
Uber with self driving cars. Automatic farms, factories, transportation, food preparation.
With cheap solar, and wind everything changes.
Flying cars become viable and aluminum cheaper yet.
Robots will cost nearly nothing to operate.
Humans could have the highest standards of living yet.
Or lowest yet as jobseekers will search endlessly in vain.
Either could be perilous for the largest population of humans in history.
There was something called the rat utopia experiment. This is one is which the rats were given everything they could ever want without struggling. Food, water space,
Soon the population experienced a social break down so severe they went to total population extinction. The researchers were horrified by what behaviors they witnessed.
We are also at start of an explosive growth in medical advancements and life extension that may make people virtually immortal.
Who wins who looses. If the selfish win, the machines will mimic this, it will be unavoidable and repeat this till no human being exist.
Or if we choose different optimization parameters those will be mimic forwards into the future. Maybe some comfortable middle path averting both undesirable outcomes.

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Monday, March 20, 2017