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I built my own PC and it was super easy – here’s how to do it

In the summer of 2016, I decided to build my own computer – specifically one that can handle running high-resolution video games.I could’ve just bought a ready-made PC from Asus or Alienware, two of the most well-known gaming PC brands. But I like the idea of choosing the parts that go into my computer so I know exactly how much they ... Read More »

5 Unforgettable Life Lessons That My Year-Long Exile From Blogging Taught Me

From 2010 to 2016, writing and blogging were an integral part of my life. My blogging journey of six years gave me global recognition, several accolades, and helped me forge strong connections with thought leaders from across the world (from all walks of life and all age groups). It was instrumental in helping me carve a unique personal brand and ... Read More »

When blogging gets scary: my bout with the bullies who plagiarized my work

I’m a blogger, not a fighter. I enjoy blogging and often criticize myself for not blogging often and frequently enough. Between managing my household and family of daughters plus my husband and my mom who recently moved in with us, in addition to being a fitness instructor and a network marketer, I often lament about there not being enough hours ... Read More »

Write My Paper For Me – The Professional Service Provider

Writing support is an age old issue and since early days of writings, it has been considered as a professional service, which is highly regarded in the contemporary world. There are lots of tasks for the students and research scholars, who want to take the help of a skilled and experienced writer to finish their respective jobs. These unique requirements ... Read More »

I cancelled my car insurance in the cooling-off period, but was still charged

I’d like to ask your views on insurers offering cooling-off periods if you change your mind, but still levying substantial charges if you do. I recently purchased car insurance from One Call Insurance. In my view the application process wasn’t great and when I received the certificate via email the next day, it was unreadable. When I complained I was ... Read More »

AI beating humans? Not in my lifetime, says Google’s cloud chief

By Martyn Williams | Follow Senior U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | Nov 16, 2016 5:16 PM PT Diane Greene, senior vice president of Google, speaks at the Code Enterprise conference in San Francisco on November 15, 2016. Credit: Martyn Williams MORE LIKE THIS Why Cortana’s new boss is obsessed with artificial intelligence Steve Jobs Interview: One-on-one in 1995 Will ... Read More »

‘I told my father not spend money on my birthday and instead send it to the PM’: 7-year-old girl from MP

Education is a service, which should be free of cost, and government is trying hard to bring this in effect. Aryadhya Rawal, a seven-year-old girl from a Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh, has been kind enough to donate her birthday celebration amount of Rs 21, 000 for girl child education. Aryadhya was given a sum of Rs 21,000 so as ... Read More »

Mark Mahaney: Why Netflix is my top FANG select

The marketplace is underestimating the regularly occurring appeal of Netflix, that’s now the most “on sale” 86f68e4d402306ad3cd330d005134dac large-cap net stock, analyst Mark Mahaney stated Wednesday. “it really is probably the most dislocated of the FANG stocks,” he informed CNBC’s “Squawk container,”regarding facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google parent Alphabet. stocks of Netflix are down more than 14 percent this year and ... Read More »

5 things you need to know about AI buzzwords: cognitive, neural, and deep, oh my!

equal IBM Watson appears on the Jeopardy quiz show Credit: IBM 2COMMENTS Katherine Noyes IDG News Service Mar 3, 2016 11:58 AM There’s never any shortage of buzzwords in the IT world, but when it comes to AI, they can be hard to tell apart. There’s artificial intelligence, but then there’s also machine intelligence. There’s machine learning, but there’s also ... Read More »