I am not the music festival kind of person and it’s been years since I seriously considered returning to Roskilde. But the line-up this year…oh, dear. NIN, Nick Cave, Chelase Wolfe, Massive Attack…the list goes on and on…
Hey, Anders! Yes, boss? I think you should take the rest of afternoon off today! Why, thanks, boss, don’t mind if I do! #selfemployed
(DK) Micro.flow Ep 4: GDPR
I denne episode af micro.flow kan man få hjælp til at sove! Jeg har indtalt (noget af) teksten fra den aktuelle GDPR-lovgivning 😴 Godnat, og sov godt.
I have found a new everyday Law. Whenever I think I have a bit of free time one or more of my iOS devices start acting up. Today it’s a laggy Apple TV and a battery-chugging Siri. sigh
FM18 (tester også lige Adobe Spark Post-appen…)
Woke up fat, tired and stressed. Hello, weekend.
It seemed like a good idea at the time. To avoid the hussle of finding a hotel room by taking the overnight ferry. I’ll even say I felt a touch of rock’n’roll when I booked the ticket. But right now, right here, I’m just damn tired and would like to sleep in my bed, please.
Fra dagens optagelse. Find Transformator i et podcast-feed nær dig fredag 🎧👍😜
Sometimes it is just really hard to find the will to go on…
Antarctica lost 3 trillion metric tons of ice in the last 26 years
I Still Enjoy The Prisma App
Log - not log.
This is a cheat-post. I didn’t want to break the chain of writing to my micro.blog every day, but I really don’t have anything fantastic to log - and I’m really not in the mood for prolonged introspection. So for now, I’ll just post this as a marker of a somewhat shitty day. I’m out.
Today, I gave a keynote on AI (less technical, more on background and societal impact) to a room of developers. Scary stuff. I told them to throw things at me if I said something completely stupid, and I’m happy to report no launching of objects 😀 #proud
Idea for a short story
Recently I’ve been thinking about trying my hand at writing af couple of short stories - probably some sort of scifi.
My first plot idea revolves around a global movement of about 10.000 people hoping to reverse climate change - by trying to force the hands of politicians, companies and citizens.
They are basically implanting themselves with tiny explosive devices and connecting the triggers to data about the CO2-levels - so if they rise above a certain value, the bombs go off.
Anyway, that’s the basic idea - and I’m pretty sure it would be fun to take a shot at fleshing it out ⌨️
A handy guide to (hopefully) avoid the worst errors can be found here: www.geckoboard.com/learn/dat…
The (European) future of AI
I finally got around to reading (some of) this report on the future of French and European AI (research, business and everyday life).
It may be a bit short on concrete advice but it has a lot of good perspective and some very good suggestions for general direction, a few pertinent warnings and a healthy dose of fascinated scepticism (if that’s a thing).