Böse 2016-01-11

loweel-2016-012016-01-10 22:01 I was in the train today, from Düsseldorf to Erkrath. I was listening to some italians (the wrong kind of, I would say) discussing about Köln, like “what to do if this happens to the Karnival, to our female friends?”. I think this guys were too confident nobody understand italian, because they described very well the kind of weapons they will have in the pocket. I hope nothing happens, because those guys are looking for blood.
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2016-01-10 21:52 Sono nato e cresciuto in Emilia, btw. 🙂
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2016-01-10 21:51 Ci sono nato. Sono andato via a 36 anni. 🙂
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2016-01-10 21:31 Michelangelo Buonarroti
Tondo Doni,1504–1506
Pittura a tempera, Colore ad olio
Galleria degli Uffizi tondo-doni
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2016-01-10 21:30 John William Waterhouse
The Toilet 1889
oil on canvas
85.09 x 48.9 cm  the-toilet
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2016-01-10 21:29 John William Waterhouse
Its sweet doing nothing 1880
oil on canvas
49.21 x 94.93 cm its-sweet-doing-nothing
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2016-01-10 19:44 @roelofpieter I need a cluster of 2 raspberry pi 2 to have my instance running. Being honest I would wonder if it can run on a single raspi 1
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2016-01-10 18:12 When people says “we have selfdriving cars”, people says “I’ll never buy one”. But they don’t realize that corporations will say “ehi, I pay people for driving industrial vehicles, I WILL BUY ONE”. When Zuckerberg says he wants a robot cleaning house with no human supervision, they say “ehi, It will never enter my home!”. But , millions of companies and corporations, which are paying people to clean offices and companies, will say “ehi, instead of paying people, I want one”. People today is too self-centric: when they evaluate the impact of something, they always think to themselves and their lives. They don’t think to companies and corporations: while you will say “no” to selfdriving vehicles, corporations and companies will say YES, and millions of peoples, now driving industrial vehicles, will loose the job. While you will say “no” to house-cleaning robots, lot of hotels, companies, cities, corporations, will say “yes”, and millions of people now paid to clean offices, hotels, cities, will lose their jobs. Robots are not in the need of being sold to YOU to be a successful product.
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2016-01-10 18:02 I think being a lady is not preventing you to insult people. Like “ask your mom, she used to scream it”. It sounds rude, but sometimes you must fight back.
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2016-01-10 18:01 Apple MUST grant this access, according with actual regulations.
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2016-01-10 18:00 Of course no. Being a superior entity, nobody can imagine it. Is like if I ask you “please imagine a new, unknown color”. You can’t. Let’s say, the singularity will look like a new color, which didn’t existed before. The next question is: this color will be visible to humans? Very very good question. I am not sure if we can see something superior to us. It could be invisible, just for the reason we can’t understand it. At the end, most of the vision is not about eyes, is about brain. What happens if sou see a pattern that complex that your brain cannot process it?
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2016-01-10 17:57 E’ incredibile quante cose io abbia imparato a viverci per 36 anni, eh?
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  • PS: questo pezzo e le altre magnifiche elargizioni di saggezza di Uriel Fanelli LowEel sono analizzate su un altro blog degli Untermenschen che curano questo specchio.
  • PPS: pezzo automagicamente caricato da Fornello! Se sembra frammentario è il bello dei microblog, bellezza! E mancano le foto sì; d’altronde non è che potete pretendere granchè da uno scriptino buttato giù in fretta e furia…
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9 pensieri su “Böse 2016-01-11

  1. Insomma, una roba così, con le preposizioni al posto giusto (visualizzare l’immagine, che, al contrario della singolarità, è possibile vedere nella propria mente):

    I was in the train and two italian strawmen just appeared by the air. They were the wrong kind of italians… indeed they were big earthers (also called terrons). They had a coppola in their heads, a lupara over their shoulders (they are staunch believer of the doctrine of head and shoulders) and weapons between their pockets.

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