Showing posts from May, 2024

What Can I Learn From My Friends And Family?

 I've been trying to make money in different ways and haven't gotten anywhere. I've bounced between computers, to art and writing. My brother Bernard is an X-ray Technologist and he has a successful lawn business on the side. My niece Victoria works for HUD and she has a successful event decorating business. My friend *** works for a company that does printing and he is a successful personal boxing trainer on the side.  Another not-so-close friend works at the post office and has a successful hairstyling business.  My friend and landlord Jon works full time for himself and he has a successful moving business. His company actually started out as a shipping business. He also paints and lays carpet. My nephew, Elijah works for the FDA and he has a successful cigar bar with his business partners.  What can I learn from them? There was a guy who was going from house to house in my neighborhood asking people if he could cut their yard. I told him that my landlord already has some

College Student creates an app using AI that recognizes sign language

A computer science student named Priyanjali Gupta, studying in her third year at Vellore Institute of Technology, has developed an AI-based model that can translate sign language into English. — Historic Vids (@historyinmemes) May 8, 2024

Javascript All In One For Dummies by Chris Minnick

 Javascript All In One For Dummies is the latest most up-to-date book by Chris Minnick for learning Javascript. I didn't know this, but I had bought an older outdated version. I left a review and Chris saw it and replied to me letting me know that he had a newer version of that book. He asked for my home address so he could send me a copy for free. I received the book on May 1, 2024, and I am binge-reading it right now. I hope to finish it today on this Memorial day holiday.