All the words ever spoken by human beings can be contained in five exabytes.
The first word ever spoken
Quintillions of metadata revealing too much
EB by the Quintillions
“15 exabytes of data are transmitted every month.”
and that amount is increasing exponentially, like a swarm of virtual locusts, pariahs, swaths of sward prattle babbling Paranthropus
So who is is transmitting this data? You. Me. Artificial intelligence, real stupidity.
Data is a set of values of subjects with respect to qualitative or quantitative variables.
one is constantly fed and the roots grow deep while the fruit never ceases to grow, while the other is rootless and detached from any source of nutrition, and it is, therefore, blown away by the next wind that comes through.
the presence of so many imitative words in language spawned the linguistic Bowwow Theory, which postulates that language originated in imitation of natural sounds.
Data becomes information when it is viewed in context or in post-analysis.￼
Captured data is created or generated through purposeful investigation or analysis.
Exhaustive data is gathered usually by machines or terminals as a secondary function.
To reiterate– she’s recalcitrant. Too many Qualified Leaks per mouth.
Exhausting exhaustive data with things known or assumed as facts, making the basis of reasoning or calculation using swarm intelligence
collective behaviour of a group, esp social insects such as ants, bees, and termites, that are each following very basic rules
Net Profit Margin. Gross Margin. Cost of Customer indecision. Promoter Score. Qualified Leads.
changes in entropy occur when two blue teeth start to “negotiate” the key length used to encrypt the connection.
The ostriches and the vultures
The brain trust in the big house announced that they’re not planning for the prospect of a recession out of concern that it could help precipitate a crash, said quid pro quo.
stop that train.
How about that
resurrected by tomorrow
A safe house for creativity coming soon to an algorithm near you….
Hot sticky end of my 53rd year