"Inconvenient" is right.
Heartwarming, astonishing story of Zoom. Consider this:
Over a mindboggling month of coronavirus-fueled growth — according to Zoom, its traffic rocketed up to 3,000% in May . . .
A free "machine learning web service" you can try out.
I gave it one of my longer blog posts and it came back with a judgment that it was 84% likely to have been generated by a male. Not bad.
Brief forecast that "Retail will come back after the pandemic" but that it operate differently.
Ironman at Political Calculations links to a story that he describes using one of my father's favorites wisecracks: "To err is human, but to really foul things up requires a computer."
I had thought the claim that the PC was ancient history was premature.
I recently discovered that I can watch Johnny Carson, free, around the clock. Sure, he had a some slow spots, but on average, his show was better than almost everything that's on now.
This is part of Shout Factory TV where you can also watch old Carol Burnett shows--not my taste, but lots of people loved her--the Marx Brothers TV collection, the Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts, and much more.
An extended argument that blockchain is way, way overhyped. I don't know if the argument is correct, but this quote from a blockchain developer is intriguing:
“You could also use a forklift to put a six-pack of beer on your kitchen counter. But it’s just not very efficient.”
Could be quite the invention if it pans out.
For some questions about practicality, see this.
First link courtesy of David D.