Are you a fan of NFL (American Football)? Do you want to know the odds of your favorite team making the playoffs this season? Well, you are in luck, because we have some amazing stats for you. Based on the historical data from the past 23 seasons, here is what we found: But what about […]
I have created some custom AI agents for specific, contextual queries that hallucinate less and give you focused answers: for real-life uses or for entertainment. You can start using these tuned and customized agents without distractions. The following two agents are based on OpenAI platform. They’re free to use so far, so no need to […]
Takes some getting used to the clunky interface and completely missing guide, but after some trials and research you can complete the game. The graphics and audio are still stunning albeit its age. Below is just a glimpse (downscaled by Youtube…looks gorgeous on a large 4K screen). After clicking Play, be sure to change the […]
It’s back and it’s better…now includes more updated, focused, and curated list of movie titles. Read more about it here (includes basic instructions + technical information on how it’s done start to finish). Or, you can simply go ahead and use the app by clicking here directly.
Recently, I came across Bill Gates’ first resume from circa 1974 in a Microsoft almni discussions forum. It’s very interesting to see how it was customary to put in the candidate’s number of dependents/children, height, and weight even though it was for a white-collar job. I also find the innocence of some phrases used by […]
With the ubiquitious broadband comes the ability to download, upload, and stream more data than ever before. While the wait for most mundane and typical tasks are greatly reduced over the past two decades coupled with advancement in hardware of devices, and more data being exchanged and processed every microsecond, the need for users to […]
Howdy! I’ve added a couple of new games from last month and this month…be sure to check them out in my Games page here! All are completely free (no adds, no data collection/sharing) for your educational and entertainment purposes. Enjoy!
This is a classic War card game implemented in Python for Windows. It’s a very easy game to learn and play. The coding of it was actually more fun and challenging. It’s a 2-player game that even kids can play and is a great time-spender. In this game you’re playing against the CPU. The game […]
Louis William Wain (5 August 1860 – 4 July 1939) was an English artist best known for his drawings, which consistently featured anthropomorphized large-eyed cats and kittens. Later in life, he was confined to mental institutions and was alleged to have suffered from schizophrenia. According to some psychiatrists, the onset of schizophrenia can be seen […]
One of today’s most recognized physical laws is Murphy’s Law…one of the seeming fundamental laws of mankind: “If anything can go wrong, it will.” In this post, I discuss its brief history, and entertain the attempt of mathematically formulating his maxim in order to apply to some real-world sitations. The history: The adage or truism, […]