Make it President.
Make it President.
But with this kind of research we get contradicting results every other year. First milk was important for you, now milk is harmful. Eggs used to be the way to an early grave, now eggs are the fountain of youth. Cholesterol was deadly, now we need it like a drug.
We don't, really. The foundation of a lot of the confusion was the U.S. government recommendations of 1977, which were often not based on any science. I suspect corruption, but incompetence might have been a factor. There were some voodoo notions about calcium, cholesterol, sodium and fiber. Even the Feds have since retracted the idea that dietary cholesterol is meaningful.
Milk is fine in reasonable amounts, if you can digest it; probably 1/3-1/2 of the recommendations. You don't need the skim crap. Eggs have always been fine. Sodium is fine up to at least three times the U.S. recommended maximum. You probably want only half of the recommended fiber intake. That's what my research suggests but, bodies differ, and experiment for yourself.
Yeah. Am I the only one seeing "âoeResurgence"? Do I need to adjust my browser settings, or are the editors just clueless... idiots... ok, forget that. It's not like "Slashdot editor" has ever been more or less than an honorary title for "underpaid overseas intern who barely knows English."
This is not an antiquated newspaper or Twitter. "Microbiome Changes Drive the Dieting Yo-Yo Effect, Study Finds"... are you kidding me? Either drop the "study finds" or put it in front where it belongs, and please stop with the camel case.
>The article also suggests this effort may one day spawn fake news-fighting tech startups.
I love it! Fake tech startups that fight news! How do I get in on the ground floor? Fund me! Oooh ooh! Fund me!
I know. When my Mom died, the keys to the kingdom were lost. She's the only one who could have identified a lot of my relatives. I have some small hopes that AI image matching may identify a few but... lost. Information lost. Horrifying. Just gone.
I will preserve it. A lot of it will go unlabeled. Someone, somewhere, sometime may find a use for it; and I have a lot of relatives who have been out of contact for a long time who may just know that was Great-Aunt Alfreda.
I wanted to rebuild a friend a long time ago. It really wasn't going to happen on a 386, but I figured I'd anyway get to know him better. He was not exactly excited at the prospect. Well, privacy issues, plus the fact that the whole project was not remotely plausible.
It still isn't . The AI isn't anywhere near close to being able to mimic a real person, yet. But I understand why you would try that, and... go for it.
We may not be able to live forever. It's possible that some semblance of who we were can. Call them poems of humanity.
Contrariwise... my family has left an immense amount of information. Boxes and boxes of pictures, some films (!), postcards, letters, college studies... I am planning to digitize all of it. In physical form, it takes an immense amount of room, can only be held by one person, and is not backed up. It will be much more flexible, useful, and safe as computer data.
I am not sure what I just read. This split community joined together as... two separate companies? Is this some sort of weird attempt at Newspeak?
I think Slashdot would be raking in more of that sweet advertising revenue if it posted these ads at the same time as the rest of the internet, instead of a day or two later.
'Can fold up into roughly the "size of a standard water bottle," DJI says.' For the benefit of us rich people who have running water in their houses, what is the size of a standard water bottle in (A) inches, (B) centimeters, (C) beer bottles, (D) Libraries of Congress, (E), football fields, (F) car analogies, or (G) Cowboy Neil? You know. Standard measurements.
Yes! Let's start adding the Hitler mustache to Charlie Chaplin pictures. Bwa ha ha ha!
There are a surprising number of these "angry old man" rants on Slashies. We all get that the devices are insecure but, they're incredibly handy, and they will sweep the world. If you still want to keep your old TV with a dial on it for tuning, go right ahead, grandpa. The rest of us will be asking the air for a new show and don't much care if the world knows it.
Some days, Slashdot concerns me more than others.
Yes, fine, moderate me "off-topic".
I had the original Nexus 7. It just stopped working. It wasn't much missed, as I had the second version also... which dropped a few feet and decided to stop working. Looked perfect. Wouldn't turn on.
For $200-ish, those were mighty fragile toys.
As in certain cults it is possible to kill a process if you know its true name. -- Ken Thompson and Dennis M. Ritchie