Earlier this year, Twitch has launched its new subscription model–Twitch Prime. I think the first ever game that had that reward linked to Twitch Prime is Overwatch? For that, Blizzard had even launched a new loot box, the golden loot box which you will only get from being a Twitch Prime member.
It’s rather a rant.
While I’m looking at my options on how to attend college in Canada, and while I’m kind of broke.
I think about options that would help me in this financial struggle that has yet to come.
What am I going to do with the tuition fee, the bills for food, utilities and others? A loan, of course. First thing came to mind.
VR has been around for a decade, the earliest report that I knew about VR is the Microsoft Hololens. And the project started at 2005 around.
If having enough money, investing on VR would be a pretty good choice.
Apple is trying to venture into the Augmented Reality, as the latest iPhone X shows its AR ability. AR is also a pretty cool concept, and I think the next public entertainment would utilize this tech the best and the most. Like movies, concerts, music etc.
In 21st century, there are few critical technological advancements that are ongoing and are going to change the world forever.
Automation is one of them.
Currently, we are still using human labor on jobs that later would be dominated by machines.
Many speculations and assumptions about this robotic future, but to a more realistic view–how would Automation change our lives? And the structure of society?
China has become a warm womb to spur entrepreneurships in the past few years, and we have seen many companies startups from China flourishing in the past decade.
What, would be the differences from another world entrepreneur crib–the United States?
Silicon Valley, is most renowned for its endless entrepreneurship. Many software startups came from here and have grown their businesses into conglomerates of today’s world economy. The soft startups.
Life ain’t fair. You start from where you start from and you may have a lot of hurdles other people don’t. So what. Your journey is utterly unique to you and nobody else will ever understand your personal struggles or what success looks like for you.
I often think that, if we could actually see the gifts and hindrances each person began with, we might completely revise our idea of what success is, or who is actually heroic.
Being edgy, as much as it sounds like it, does not induce coolness at all.
I can understand how this abnormality can somehow catch people’s hearts, but being edgy is just edgy. It doesn’t make you cool or whatever.
The kids who attempt suicide, and the kids who attempt suicide for cool. They are totally two different things, one is helpless and one is unsavable.