Unable to practice law, Bailey runs a consulting business above the salon. His office is decorated with models of jets he once owned. But to the fine people of Yarmouth, Maine, Bailey is still famous, a courtroom legend in their midst.
But for people bound by a separation from much of the outside world, new tech devices have brought fears about the consequence of internet access. There are worries about pornography; about whether social networks will lead sons and daughters to date non-Amish friends; and about connecting to a world of seemingly limitless possibilities.
Played through Uncharted: The Lost Legacy this evening. It’s a captivating title, produced to the standard I’ve come to expect from Naughty Dog. But, above all, it’s a masterclass in pacing. From intense combat to quiet story moments, it’s all strung together beautifully.
The Feynman Lectures is one of the most popular lecture series in physics. It’s a great resource for science enthusiasts, students, and teachers, and each lecture is just fantastic in general. Now, Caltech and The Feynman Lectures website have collaborated to put these lectures online completely free of cost.
The lectures themselves were first presented at Caltech in the 1960s by the legendary physicist Richard Feynman. The lectures have since been combined into a three-volume book. To date, about 1.5 million English copies have been sold, but now that it’s free, that number will probably stagnate.
Disclaimer: written by me. I feel that the production side of AI & machine learning gets too little attention; there are some special considerations when deploying models.
Time to stop the scaremongering and clickbait headlines. Disclaimer: written by yours truly.