Computing

Dispelling the Myth: GPTs Do Understand

Daniel Miessler’s post discusses the misconception that GPTs (Generative Pre-trained Transformers) are simply text completion tools without actual understanding. He argues that GPTs do possess a level of understanding and the ability to apply knowledge in new situations and contexts. The post provides a definition of understanding and applies it to GPTs, showcasing their ability […]

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The internet? Tech-Savvy?

�There are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns � the ones we don’t know we don’t know.� � Former United States Secretary of Defense Donald […]

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Ubuntu versions

I just like the way Ubuntu names its versions: Warty�Warthog Hoary�Hedgehog Breezy�Badger Dapper�Drake Edgy�Eft Feisty�Fawn Gutsy�Gibbon Hardy�Heron Intrepid�Ibex Jaunty�Jackalope Karmic�Koala Lucid�Lynx Maverick�Meerkat Natty�Narwhal Oneiric�Ocelot photo credit: Michael F�tsch

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Organize your life!

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34dkE9m8mLs I’m not writing here about organizing your office, desk, or even house. I found it much easier to use GTD-like concepts in everything in my life. It makes it much simpler to do what you need to do without constantly thinking about what you can do next. I use many tools, to manage my […]

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The cult of iOrange!

I know some people may hate this post, but please bear with me as I describe my analysis. Think outside the box. I have nothing against any product or company. ( Company and product names anonymized 😛 ) iOrange is a cult, the followers of that cult feel the need to spread the faith of […]

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