Sunday, October 01, 2023

## Early gambler’s prediction of Super Bowl winner for 2023 season

Here are the probabilities of each team winning the Super Bowl according to the betting odds from Caesars Sportsbook as of September 6, 2022: As you can see, the Buffalo Bills had the highest probability of winning the Super Bowl according to the betting odds, followed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Green Bay Packers, who […]

## Football is ON! Interesting NFL stats (2023 season)

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 […]

## A quick quiz

I have to plan bus trip between point A and point B.The time it takes to travel between A and B is 35 minutes.I want to enable passengers from A to B and from B to A board on bus every 5 minutes. Quiz: How many buses do I need? If you’ve figured that out, […]

## Custom Useful, Fun AI Agents

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 […]

## Movies Searchable Database Webapp is Back

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.

## Bill Gate’s first resume (made public)

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 […]

## Creating music and teaching coding

Have you heard of Earsketch? It’s an amazing, fun way to create music while learning, practicing, teaching coding! Yes, music and coding all in one with its online, free platform (for students)…you just need a browser. It supports Python and Javascript coding in their online editor and you can compile and run the code on […]

## CPU-generated structural art – CONSTABUILD

This program I dub ‘Constabuild’ is a cross-platform Python app I wrote that generates ‘random’ shapes in ‘random’ colors, in ‘random’ starting positions, for ‘random’ repetition of the selelected shape and color…creating unique patterns/art every time it’s executed. While the app is 100% self-running, there are also some fun commands user can give at run-time […]