Eco System (open source – free)


Instead of re-inventing the wheel, use the existing systems and apps out there i.e. os (server db, client-web-phone/tablet) file manager search time/calendar (tasks, auto-convert worldwide times in realtime based on GPS, workshops, city events) calculator maps (weather, openmaps, real estate) clock (world, local) browser (desktop themes) notepad (txt, html, doc, pdf, xls, text-to-speech, diary/blog) image … Continue reading Eco System (open source – free)

How To Find Location Coordinates Latitude And Longitude On Google Maps


Visit this URL for Google Maps; https://maps.google.com Enter your location, address or any name of the place you wish to see location coordinates for; Right-click via your mouse and select "What is here" At the bottom of the page you will see latitude and longitude coordinates on Google Maps. For example here the coordinate for … Continue reading How To Find Location Coordinates Latitude And Longitude On Google Maps

Reason To Celebrate


In a recent publication by Google, the tech behemoth claims to have achieved ‘quantum supremacy’ through its Sycamore quantum chip. Quantum supremacy essentially means the ability for a device to solve problems that traditional supercomputers cannot practically process. While that might be good for technological advancements, the development has brought about uncertainties for the future … Continue reading Reason To Celebrate

I Can Sell Popsicle To Eskimos


Someone who (I believe) still loves me, used to complement me by saying; "You can sell Popsicle to Eskimos". Another one (who hates me to the core of her bones, which is probably the height of someone loving me the most), said the same thing, except in a negative connotative way; "You will always say … Continue reading I Can Sell Popsicle To Eskimos

Quantum Entanglement – A ‘spooky’ effect of physics that Einstein couldn’t believe


The black-and-white photo above isn't much to look at. However, the ghostly, eye-like shapes illustrate a strange phenomenon that rattled Albert Einstein so much that he died disbelieving it could exist. The picture represents the first photograph of quantum entanglement, or the "spooky" pairing of particles. "The image we've managed to capture is an elegant … Continue reading Quantum Entanglement – A ‘spooky’ effect of physics that Einstein couldn’t believe