The percentage of genre of movie development is interesting. Who is watching these channels, and then how does it translate to potential ad dollars or return. The content development is certainly fascinating as we now wait for releases from both of these media giants and somewhat shrug as the new three/four networks come out this week.
I found this handy article that explains Machine Learning in an easy to understand way. There is obviously more to all of this but its a great start.
There is much to do about this and the future is very good in this area.
Today most ‘smart devices’ have some form of Machine Learning in them, a subset of AI.
Lately over the past few days it has been suggested that you reset your routers at home. I see no reason to not do that, and in fact suggest you do. Its painless and will perhaps prevent trouble in the future. Its one of those things that we probably should do more often. Its kind of like shutting down the computer once in awhile or at least giving it a re-start. Clearing the cache too is another, although try to keep the part of saving the passwords which we all hate to retype..or rather remember.
Who owns cellphones compared to smartphones is the subject of this article. The article goes further into the demographics of age, income, education and more. Pew Research is behind the study so you know there is no hanky-panky. It is also interesting to look at the section of the ‘mobile only’ and the ‘mobile dependent’ numbers. Today there is starting to be ‘mobile’ only society. Let’s face it carrying around your data and access device is what we want and need. Finally, it is surprising how broadband at home is also not necessarily on the rise.
So says NetFlix, thus making the change to theirs. The story is here.
Remember this is from a Ad Publication website so they really get into all the curves and shapes and thin lines of the whole thing. I recall when I taught about fonts at the colleges most folks did not know serif from sans-serif and which was easier to read. Today there are thousands of fonts, and a variety of Times and Helvetica two of the big time originals.
Also remember the days of needing to install any special font for the users to see. That’s also when systems began the blout as they came with new upgrades. Quite an interesting history and fun topic.
I for one have both on my iPhone. Each has its annoying attributes. I am beginning to favor one over the other, but cannot bring myself to deleting the least favorite as all of a sudden an ad or something will make the one unuseable and jump to the other, after all ALL I WANT IS DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO GET SOMEWHERE!!
That all said CNet has listed a few things Apple Maps can do, Google cannot…for now. I haven’t tried them all out, some I could care less like the Lyft option. I’ll let you know if the ‘feature’ comes up. Usually I am in the car and just want, as I said, HOW THE HELL DO I GET THERE!!