Thomas Hollowell - Author, Athlete, Entrepreneur, World Traveler

Satellite Spies: Where the Stars Have Eyes

Whether you are sipping a latte on the patio or enjoying an early-morning pick-me-up beside the campfire under the stars, a satellite might have its eyes on you. Think no one will notice that extra sugar cube you just put into that steaming cup? Well, think again. Satellites, hovering way above our lovely blue planet, are in our midst.



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More to Korea than Kimchi

Kimchi wasn’t always as hot as it is today. In Manchuria, some 3,000 years ago, it was an effective way to pickle mineral-rich vegetables that would last through the harsh winters. Only in the 18th century did the red pepper, especially its powerful powder form, smolder mouths throughout the peninsula.


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The AI Future

Predictions of a world where androids walk amongst us have captured our imagination for decades. The desire to construct a machine-brain akin to our own has been the pursuit of Artificial Intelligence (a.k.a. AI) experts since the famed Dartmouth Conference in 1956, which coined the term for the first time. With greater understanding in the cognitive sciences, warp-speed advances in computer technology, and researchers using the Apple Mac OS platform, science fiction is becoming reality.

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Protecting Kids Online

For children and adults alike, Cyberspace is a universe awaiting discovery. With so much information and media zipping along the Superhighway, it might seem an overwhelming endeavor to filter out harmful material from reaching your child. However, with new software, parent-monitoring systems, and law enforcement on your side, the task just got easier. And, as you might have guessed, Apple continues to do its part to ensure that your family remains in the know and stays safe.

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