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What Is Web 3.0? Web 3.0 Explained In 5 Minutes

This scribe video on WEB 3.0 will enlighten you about what is web and how it came into existence, and how it has evolved from web 1.0 to web 2.0 and is now transforming into web 3.0. Web 3.0 is going to revolutionize the internet and also benefit society in so many ways.

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Business Interesting

How Long Will the Streaming Slump Last?

LightShed Partners Partner Rich Greenfield joins Emily Chang to discuss streaming earnings and what it tells us about the future of the industry.

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4 Ways Nassim Taleb’s Ideas Will Give You An Edge

Episode #194 of the With Joe Wehbe Podcast wraps up the series on Nassim Taleb (181-194). Big takeaway, think like an investor, not an academic. Risk-taking is more important than knowledge, will help you learn more, life is random and people overestimate their control and try to sound smart by making all sorts of predictions. […]

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Future Hardware Interesting

Organic Transistors Explained. Printing CPUs at Home. Smart Skin

In this video, Anastasia explains Organic Flexible CPUs and Organic Transistors. What is the-state-of-the-art of Organic Electronics?

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Hardware Interesting

The genius engineering of the 3½ inch floppy disk

Here’s a closer look at the brilliant physical design and engineering of the 💾 3.5″ diskette.

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Current Events Interesting

Disinformation and Fooled by Randomness

Disinformation artists confuse you by focusing on noise over signal by playing on saliency, the same effect as the one discussed in Fooled by Randomness. We mistake the particular for the general, details for the ensemble, and noise for signal –all from the same mental bias.

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Hardware Interesting

That Time When Linus Tried to Break a Million Dollar Computer

IBM invited the team behind Linus Tech Tips to do a facility tour showing off the mainframes they sell to high frequency trading customers and the like. CHAPTERS 0:00 Intro 1:16 What’s a Z16? 1:55 Cooling 3:00 Power 3:40 Compute 6:00 Nutty Socket 9:18 Crazy VRMs 11:24 RAM like you’ve never seen it before 12:50 […]

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Hardware Interesting

Colossus – The Greatest Secret in the History of Computing

Chris Shore talks about Colossus, how it came to be, how it worked and how it changed the course of World War II.

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