December 7, 2021
  • December 7, 2021

The heart of the matter

by on October 21, 2021 0

Written by Healthy diet in heart and cholesterol diet concept on vintage boards Heart disease is rampant all over the United States. While over 600,000 people die from it each year, there are millions more who live “with” heart disease. These people are struggling every day to preserve the quality of life as the...

Read More

Essay: Should We Have War Crimes Trials?

by on October 21, 2021 0

If Congress fails to undertake an inquiry that carries the authority of the nation, then hypocrisy will be added to our sins. The Nuremberg judgments on Nazi crimes as diabolical as the extermination of the Jews will remain a monument to international justice. Even under the most critical scrutiny, nothing the United States has...

Read More

History and poetry of Kodachrome

by on October 20, 2021 0

Captured using the Kodachrome 64 movie simulation recipe on a Fujifilm X100V. In 1973, Paul Simon put in song, Kodachrome They give us these beautiful bright colors They give us the greens of summer Makes you think the whole world is a sunny day Kodachrome is possibly the most iconic photographic film ever made....

Read More

Humans and AI differ in interpretations of poetry, according to library event

by on October 20, 2021 0

The first HOWLoween Wolf Awareness Week event, “The Beats Within: Comparing AI & Human Adaptations of ‘Yell,‘Took place on Zoom this Monday. Hosted by Stanford Libraries, the presentation explored different interpretations of Allen Ginsberg’s iconic poem “Howl” by foreign language translators and artificial intelligence (AI) systems. “It’s an incredibly difficult poem to translate. He...

Read More