My 2024 Reading List
With the Thanksgiving holiday behind us in the US, it's time for me to post my reading list for the upcoming year.
Microcivilization - a review
Microcivilization is an interesting game. My friends all know I love a good simulation game, especially if I get to build something, perhaps a city, colony, or civilization.
My Top 5 Reads of 2023
Although the year is not yet over, this post briefly introduces my five favorite books from my 2023 reading list.
Book Review: 19 Lessons on Tea
19 Lessons On Tea provides a concise and straightforward accounting of various introductory tea-related topics, from defining what tea is to differences in brewing styles and product types (bagged vs loose) and related terminology.
Book Review: Happiness is a Red Teapot
I have many tea books in my backlog, which I'll work through in the coming year. First up, though, is this cute book of tea-related quotes and photos.
Generative AI 201
In the digital age, "AI" is thrown around like confetti at a New Year's Eve party. But not all AI is created equal. Today, we will delve deeper into a subset of AI revolutionizing everything from content creation to drug discovery: Generative AI.
Why ChatGPT Remains Better Than Bard, For Now
At least for now, I think OpenAI's Chat GPT remains the more approachable and usable solution for developers, businesses, and consumers. Read on for why.
OpenAI Introduces GPTs, Personalized ChatGPT Instances
There's a lot to unpack with the announcement, and many exciting developments await us with GPTs.
Which part is most exciting to you? What might you create a GPT for?
Book Review: Happy City by Charles Montgomery
In this post, I provide a review of Charles Montgomer's 2015 book "Happy City."