Do you see any lasting benefits from your experiences? I personally still struggle with focus and attentiveness, especially when the demand is external. I haven't concluded whether I wasted my time, or if I need to get back to meditating. It's time-consuming!
What you have on your table isn't equivalent to a Turing machine.
I can do no better than to ask anyone who makes it this far down the thread to read a few lines from her article and consider what counts for an ecofascist vibe in some circles. Or here is more Kopnina, this time a blog: https://blog.ecologicalcitizen.net/2020/11/09/reversing-ecof...
This is a fantastic definition.
This argument is only sound if you assume things can't be made worse than the status quo. They obviously can.
It's extremely widespread, even in classical music, but "literally all" is simply not true.
I'm sharing Q4OS because it is easily the best desktop experience so far on my old MSI Wind Netbook from many years ago. It's like a modern, up-to-date experience with the responsiveness of the original out-of-the-box system.
I was surprised to find that there's a customized KDE-fork distribution (Trinity DE) that's this responsive on devices lacking so many system resources.
You're dealing with your mental health here, don't rely on posts on the internet to handle a serious health problem. Burn out can easily spiral into something like clinical depression or anxiety disorders, and then you'll be dealing with the burden of burn out and additional health problems.
- Visualisation of the relationships between documens
- A metadata schema for documents(title, summary, tags, etc.)
- A search engine which indexes the content and metadata
- Embedding of various content types(other notes, diagrams, images)
- Conversion into other document formats
I don't think that I've ever decided what people do for work. I unsure if that that is a thing. As far as I (can/do) know, they decide internally and then hire me to help.
I'm not sure how to proceed. Could you unpack your assumptions for me?
I manage a team with hundreds of engineers on it. If I have someone who is taking a year off (with pay I presume), I have to give their work to people. Once enough people do that, I have exhausted the capacity of the team and will surely see the team enter a spiral of burnout that I can only solve by adding dramatically more people or radically reducing our commitments. This will negatively affect our business, potentially putting the entire team's jobs at risk.
"But it’s worth noting that chatbot abuse often has a gendered component. Although not exclusively, it seems that it’s often men creating a digital girlfriend, only to then punish her with words and simulated aggression."
But isn't our culture filled with much worse fantasy violence? What about the millions of digital Assassin's Creed NPCs brutally murdered by players?
I heard Assassin's Creed is quite popular with female gamers and has a female playable hero character. Should that be titled "Women spend hours murdering unarmed men in virtual reality"?
I feel like this article has willingly sacrificed a big part of its discussion potential just through its headline. Or maybe, this was never intended to be actually discussed.
I choose to believe that your wife wanted to tell you how much she loved you and what a wonderful life she had with you.
Hugs from me and the dogs
And regarding the "EU won't survive past 20XY". I've heard this argument almost non-stop from anti-EU politicians since 2007. Financial crisis, Greek debt crisis, Brexit, now coronavirus - every bad event is a good one to predict the collapse of the EU.
This can mean self-medicating if you know what you're doing, but otherwise these days there are professionals qualified to help.
I doubt psychedelics will be used to escape from your issues, but yes - they can make them worse if you're not careful.