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Guido  Schmidt Guido Schmidt's blog:

We should teach our kids how to fact-check AI

ChatGPT is able to pass an MBA exam: https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-new...

It also passes other exams, like medical, law or business ones: https://www.morningbrew.com/daily/sto...

Which also begs the question of what we are testing for in schools?

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Published on February 05, 2023 23:35
Reina Sasaki Reina Sasaki's blog:

New SNACK STORY — Big Love — On 21 February

Read this Snack Story on 21 February by SIGNING UP at https://reina-sasaki.mailchimpsites.com/


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Published on February 05, 2023 23:23
H.B. Bendt H.B. Bendt's blog:

The Dreaded Empty Page

It is the one thing a writer fears most, or so I’ve been told, and never quite identified with. An empty page, to me, means opportunity and the leap into the unknown. Or it did, at least, until I opened the empty page on this blog and now, while sitting here with the word document open before me, fe

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Published on February 05, 2023 03:52
Daytona Danielsen Daytona Danielsen's blog:

A Handful of Scandinavian Books (and Other Titles I Finished in January 2023)

To be a writer is to be a reader, and much of my work as an MFA student involves reading widely and studying elements of craft in the books that I choose. Of course, as a writer who specializes in all things Scandinavian, there’s plenty of Scandi influence here too. As January draws to a close, here

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Published on January 31, 2023 13:47
Brian   Parkin Brian Parkin's blog:

New Awards

Literary Titan awarded me their Silver Award for my book "Manifesto for a Serial Killer". As a result, I feel motivated to write a follow-up to Jessica Harper's story of app-generated murders.
The new one concentrates on murders of first responders to accidents she causes!

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Published on February 05, 2023 21:31
Pauline Yates Pauline Yates's blog:

New Release: Love Me, Love Me Not


“To my dearest Tommy,
Every night I dream of you,
And pray you know my love is true,
Because it’s hard to be apart,
I’ll gift to you my love-struck heart.
Be my Valentine.”

from ‘Love-STruck’ by Pauline yates
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Published on February 03, 2023 20:19
Michael C. Perkins Michael C. Perkins's blog:

Doctors are Demoralized by Our Health System

Doctors have long diagnosed many of our sickest patients with “demoralization syndrome,” a condition commonly associated with terminal illness that’s characterized by a sense of helplessness and loss of purpose. American physicians are now increasingly suffering from a similar condition, except our Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2023 21:27
Joseph Baneth Allen Joseph Baneth Allen's blog:

"The World Before Us - The New Science Behind Our Human Origins" by Tom Higham

Just finished reading "The World Before Us - The New Science Behind Our Human Origins" by Tom Higham, released by Yale Books.
Once in the not too distant past, modern day humanity, Homo Sapiens, shared our world with our nearest cousins: Homo Neanderthals, Homo Floresiensis, Homo Denisovans, Homo Luz Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2023 20:33
Linda Sivertsen Linda Sivertsen's blog:

In over your head? When writing in one genre isn’t as easy as you’d hoped

Rainy day thoughts to contemplate as you craft your next masterpiece: A friend asked me the other day to read her self-help book. It’s not out yet, but she was nervous about her writing because although she’s a successful novelist, she’s never written self-help before. And guess what? I understood h

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Published on January 24, 2023 08:00
Nithin Purple Nithin Purple's blog:

LIFE QUOTE

 


"How serious since we drowned on Earth, and yet survived, living till the end, with our efforts to be acknowledged, for the mindful, sincere contribution from learning the thorny lessons of past."-Nithin Purple 

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Published on February 05, 2023 20:24
Alex M. Frankel Alex M. Frankel's blog:

My Hour With Marci Warhaft: A Needless Disaster

Last September I was thrilled; I’d just gotten a message from my semi-shady “publicist” and it said this:

Hi Alex, We have a fun podcast for you. They would like to have you on as a guest to talk about your life, the issues and situations you have faced, etc. A general discussion with host Marci Warh Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2023 20:23
John Dishwasher John Dishwasher's blog:

meet me at The Pomona Print and Art Book Fair

March 2-5, 2023 at The Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College in Claremont, CA.

I will be at this event with copies of "The Zinester Manifesto: A Novel of the Underground," a little tome of photographs I have taken of street scenes over the past few years, and a few zines.
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Published on February 05, 2023 19:59
Courtney Gruenholz Courtney Gruenholz's blog:

Love You To Death by Bebe Faas Rice

Love You to Death Love You to Death by Bebe Faas Rice

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Who would have known that I could enjoy a book I found in the clearance part of Half Price Books where the cover literally came off in my hands?

It was a dollar...I got to buy it for 50 cents.

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Published on February 05, 2023 19:45
Jason Klamm Jason Klamm's blog:

Hayseed in a Needle Stack

(I wrote this story, originally titled "Detective Therapy: How Podcasting About an Unknown Comedian Changed My Life," for the now-defunct website The Doe at the beginning of 2022. Their format was all anonymous, so important details were originally left out. I've added crucial details here but tried

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Published on October 07, 2022 21:12
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