Joni Mitchell – River (Acapella)

Photographer Joel Bernstein

#JoelBernstein  Musician / Photographer / Writer / Archivist

Joel Bernstein  Musician / Photographer / Writer / Archivist
Joel Bernstein.com Compilation of Photographs
October 17, 2018 IPHF FEATURES PROFILE ON JOEL FOR HIS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
“The 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner and slate of Inductees to the Hall of Fame is stellar, and we are proud to include them,” G. Robert Bishop, Chairman of the Induction Committee. For more than 50 years, the IPHF has been and remains the only organization worldwide that recognizes and honors significant contributors to the artistic craft and science of photography. The 2018 cohort of awardees and inductees join 88 other artists and innovators, including: Steve Jobs, Annie Leibovitz, Dorothea Lange and Ansel Adams.

COVID-19 Stay Fit Inside and Practice your Simple Dance Moves

Brown People, White People,
All Peoples Stay Fit Inside
Practice your Simple Dance Moves

ARE YOU BORED? GET ON UP!! RIGHT NOW!! DO THIS!!

#StayFit #K12-Covid-19 #DanceMoves #K12DanceOff

K12 SHOW US WHAT YOU LEARN VIDEO YOURSELF MASTERING THE MOVE – MAKE YOUR VIDEO – PUT IT UP – LINK TO YOUR VIDEO FROM YOUR SCHOOL INFORMATION PAGE ON THE K12PLAYGROUND.COM

1 – 2 – 3 – 4  Disco this is how you move

ZUMBA Fitness Cardio Workout Vollvideo

20 min High-Low cardio aerobics-burn between 210 – 700 calories

16 minutes and No Jumping

COVID-19 JOKES

Grammar Counts <spelling doesn’t>
COMMAS COUNT

Keep your spirits up with Jokes

I’m giving up drinking for a month.
Sorry, bad punctuation.
I’m giving up. Drinking for a month.

For the average American the best way to tell if you have covid-19 is to cough in a rich person’s face and wait for their test results. Someone make an app to find rich people.

Not a Joke

UBI Universal Basic Income – YES YES YES
Already tried, already proven
People will be better off, and so will the entire country.

When this is over, let’s remember that it wasn’t the CEOs and Billionaires who saved us. It was the janitors, nurses, grocery,  food workers, pharmacists, doctors, scientists, and delivery drivers.

Top 3 Twitter Shareholders (TWTR) … for a speculated amount of $5 million and formed Twitter in 2006 with Biz Stone and @Jack Dorsey and Ev Williams.
Square Online Store
helps sell sell sell sell your products on the internet, right now they do NOT charge a monthly fee – just 2.9% + .30 cents per transaction.

@jack loves  bitcoin and now he has a bank
March 18, 2020 FDIC Approves the Deposit Insurance Application for Square Financial Services, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah
https://www.fdic.gov/news/news/press/2020/pr20033.html

From Eliza to Siri

ELIZA is an early natural language processing computer program created from 1964 to 1966[1] at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory by Joseph Weizenbaum.[2]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ELIZA

Created to demonstrate the superficiality of communication between humans and machines, Eliza simulated conversation by using a ‘pattern matching’ and substitution methodology that gave users an illusion of understanding on the part of the program, but had no built in framework for contextualizing events.[3] Directives on how to interact were provided by ‘scripts’, written originally in MAD-Slip, which allowed ELIZA to process user inputs and engage in discourse following the rules and directions of the script. The most famous script, DOCTOR, simulated a Rogerian psychotherapist and used rules, dictated in the script, to respond with non-directional questions to user inputs. As such, ELIZA was one of the first chatterbots and one of the first programs capable of attempting the Turing Test.
ELIZA creator, Weizenbaum regarded the program as a method to show the superficiality of communication between man and machine, but was surprised by the number of individuals who attributed human-like feelings to the computer program, including Weizenbaum’s secretary.[2] Many academics believed that the program would be able to positively influence the lives of many people, particularly those suffering from psychological issues and that it could aid doctors working on such patients’ treatment.[2][4] While ELIZA was capable of engaging in discourse, ELIZA could not converse with true understanding.[5] However, many early users were convinced of ELIZA’s intelligence and understanding, despite Weizenbaum’s insistence to the contrary.

Talking Eliza written by Matthew Reed
Cover of the instruction manual for Eliza
Eliza (catalog number 26-1908), also known as Talking Eliza, was a TRS‑80 Model I and Model III implementation of Dr. Joseph Weizenbaum’s famous ELIZA program. It was introduced by Radio Shack in 1979 for a price of $14.95. Eliza was written by Robert A. Arnstein and was licensed to Radio Shack through his company, Device Oriented Games. One unusual feature of the program was its ability to speak its responses using Radio Shack’s TRS‑80 Voice Synthesizer, hence the name Talking Eliza.

“The richest 1% of Americans currently own a whopping 40% of total household wealth.” #TaxTheRich

Wealth Inequality Is Way Worse Than You Think, And Tax Havens Play A Big Role

In the United States, wealth has become more concentrated since at any time since the “Roaring” 1920s, Zucman says. The richest 1% of Americans currently own a whopping 40% of total household wealth.

“At the global level, wealth is highly concentrated: the top 10% owns more than 70% of the total wealth in China, Europe, and the United States combined; the bottom 50% owns less than 2%; and the middle 40% owns less than 30%,” the paper says.

In the United States, wealth has become more concentrated since at any time since the “Roaring” 1920s, Zucman says. The richest 1% of Americans currently own a whopping 40% of total household wealth.

Zucman identifies another dubious honor for the United States: “No country (apart from Russia) for which estimates of wealth inequality are available has similarly high recorded levels of wealth inequality.”

https://www.forbes.com/sites/pedrodacosta/2019/02/12/wealth-inequality-is-way-worse-than-you-think-and-tax-havens-play-a-big-role/#10c2e9f0eac8