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Midari and Yumeko Yumeko understood Midari (Russian roulette, Zener ESP card deck), who lost a pretty ugly bet to Kirari. Most people write Midari off. I even wrote Midari, off at one point. I feel guilty about that now. But Midari has a good heart. She saved Yumeko, in Ep. 4, of Season 1, and … Continue reading This is a Story About a Woman Called Yumeko…
"My Holo Love" is really good; this show is everything I was talking about, in my last post: augmented reality, Google glass/smart glasses, driverless cars, smart homes and the Internet of things. Holograms marry advancements in AI, since the widespread use of digital personal assistants, like Siri and Alexa, with augmented reality, already in some … Continue reading Hologram Love
Google Glass should be banned, like drones are banned on military installations. Casinos and those concerned with film piracy should also ban it. Any (LED) light, that comes on to say the device is recording, can easily be worked around by software, like the ban on facial recognition apps, that Google originally placed in the device. … Continue reading Tech World 2020
If production had called the violation, in the heat of the moment, fine. But there is a statute of limitations here, like in sports. Production can't go back and reset the entire week, after-the-fact. That wouldn't be fair to everyone. ‘Fairness’ is also relative. We live in a "random," quantum world and a game, as … Continue reading BB: Sitting Duck
Dan stood by the window of Hod's study, watching the storm outside. The fire cracked and popped in the hearth. Hod sat on a huge, scarlet armchair, patterned with subtle, yellow flowers, in his magenta smoking jacket, - with the black, velvet trim - the paragon of fine sensibility and sophistication. "I wouldn't have taken … Continue reading Thrown-Away Ship