In this article, I have tried to explain in non-philosophical words, the true definition of the enemedia, instead using some of the most common impacts that it has, in particular, with what the enemedia has kept hidden. And I’m sure, that there are plenty of other impacts as well, affecting particular populations in peculiar ways, for example how Americans may believe they live the most prosperous lives, or how nearly everyone of us believes at least at some point of time that there is no afterlife. If it is doing that to you, I need to know – put it in the comments section below.Identity
Its impact in how strongly you may believe in who you think you may be, or [...]
I haven’t had the time to read everything that Uma Thurman had to say about Quentin Tarantino – but suffice it to say that I feel very sorry for her from what I did read – also, qudos to her for being the brave self for others that have kept quiet. What image are others trying to preserve?
How does it reflect upon our state of affairs when such a wide spectrum of stars have had similar experiences to relate?
Can we then say that nearly every single personality in Hollywood, and let us talk female here first, no matter the rank nor following, would perhaps have a similar tale to tell of abuse, upsets, heart-wrenching trauma, just plain toxicity to [...]
I don’t bank on robots completing surgeries, especially complex ones, on their own anytime soon, not because they can’t, but because we would still want for someone like us to be taking that on… But there are a number of healthcare aspects that are going to be automated really soon. For example, the supercomputer Watson from IBM has a far more reliable track record of diagnosing lung cancer using MRI scans than real trained and educated people. Then, there is the robot at a west coast university (comment for me to tell you what one =) ) which has started dispensing medication using coded information. A number of of small robots are taking on a number of small term, [...]
Firstly, let’s talk iPhones/phones in general… I recently picked up an iPhone 7 Plus, particularly because for all manner of common functionalities that I am going to be using the phone for, the performance is going to be similar as perceived, in comparison to an iPhone X, or iPhone 8 plus. I paid something like $400, nearly half that of a brand new latest generation iPhone, and I get a fully waterproof phone, with comparably fast processor, and a very good camera, with most of the other things remaining the same. Besides, I can get a battery upgrade for 30 bucks end of this year, and it should add to the speed – indeed, it’s a used one, unlocked and it still has a few months of the [...]