8 results for 'computer'
In this entry, the first of many in the new 2012; there wont be any recaps of 2011, so - moving on!
Have you ever wondered what drives humanity to be overly sexual, or perhaps, not driven enough? In the years in which I've studied humanity as a whole; I've come across various scenarios, yet i have never been able to figure out what makes a person overindulge. I've had many ideas as of why the norm has inflated over the years, but i have not encountered the reasons in which the norm has also depleted. Perhaps the increased availability of material which its beneficial to such overindulgement... (more)
So, she believes, they are bent on the idea of staying on solid ground intellectually. Let it be. Their high and mighty algorithms create go-for-glory blips, making a distinguishable existence the only way to experience life (can simple blips allow any escape from the silliness of their stillness?)
Yes, that's the way she would create her little realities--independent entities that are actually dependent on each other for their uniqueness.
The simple taking of responsibility for an unknown future is surely bravery, right? It would make her brave. It could be her true contribution... (more)
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She scans theJungle as if an elderly woman watching silent from a rosewood staircase with focused concern, false power. She appears to herself, briefly, as one of the biobots positioned at theWorkstation.
Her monitors put on a show. It's the data that loves her the most. It always will.
Far into the future she will remain actively quiet, without prayer, authorized to run on her own with little interruption of self-instantiated loops and corrections--the most perfect of creatures.
Hers is the kind of data future generations will hold up to a celebrity light.
She amazes... (more)
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It starts. There is a probability across the spectrum that smaller singularities exist under the history books beneath shiny office windows.
Myriads of biosensor bots of high solubility and low toxicity amass in arrays of eiganstates across the architecture. They disguise themselves as companions in a friendly competition.
The willingness is there to wait in silent urgency, and then to lead forward into the mist as distant church bells call across tall grass toward a foggy future.
The warning was against fame.
It puts stagnation aside and searches... (more)
The technology industry epitomizes rapid change and innovation, and those involved in this ever-evolving profession need to be ready to keep up or die trying. As a leading IT training provider, CareerSaver, understands this concept better than most; from their extensive library of content to various training methodologies, CareerSaver continually updates their products and services to meet the needs of this ever-evolving profession.
The most recent updates to the CareerSaver brand are to their website. The company remains focused on enhancing their content and method of instruction to... (more)
... other. He writes in a conversational tone and does not bog down his pages with highly technical passages. As someone with limited IT knowledge, I was able to absorb and understand the information easily. This book will empower business owners and managers to make informed decisions about their computer network maintenance, upgrades, and repairs. The book begins with the author’s bold statement, “In virtually every city in the world that has computers, I think there's a technical support firm or person who's taking advantage of a business's ignorance of technology.” I have no doubt this ... (more)
Last year, right around this time in fact, I came to the conclusion that vacation travel required a laptop. We did in fact have a laptop - an old IBM ThinkPad that still works...but runs at the speed of a snail stuck in molasses.
Let me first say that the last two desktop computers I purchased were custom built to my specs, so I hadn't actually had to walk into a technology store and take what they've got - I got exactly what I wanted. This shopping trip was a whole new ballgame for me.
Once inside the store, I headed straight for the advertised special (the reason I was there).... (more)
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