Microsoft Copilot has become my go-to AI assistant. On my computer and on my phone, I have it ready to go for any question at all. As far as I can tell, it’s the first publicly available chatbot that will query the internet in real time, read the webpages for me, and distillate the information into bite-sized chunks. And if I don’t entirely trust the output, it includes citations that I can do a little fact-checking.
I appreciate how Simon Sinek makes the point that great businesses do not manipulate customers into buying.
This is a Jekyll site. I learned a lot trying to deploy it. Here’s what’s up.
Back in 2010, I wrote my first line of code. I had been watching a slew of learn-to-code videos (read: propaganda). This was about when the “100 Days of Code” and “1 Hour of Code” memes began to take off.
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