ChatGPT

With all the advancements in technology over the years, chatbots are nothing new. Chatbots are artificial intelligence (AI) bots capable of being asked questions and replying with information, or websites. Technology such as Google Assistant, Siri, and Alexa are all chatbots. There is an emerging chatbot that seems to be growing in popularity, although it doesn’t speak (per se) like Siri or Google Assistant. Rather, … Continue reading ChatGPT

Titanic’s ‘Door Debate’ will be solved

Many fans of 1997’s Titanic have debated whether or not Jack Dawson (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) could have survived the sinking of the Titanic.  At the end of the movie Rose DeWitt Bukater (played by Kate Winslet) and Jack are floating on debris from the shipwreck. Many people think that Jack would have survived had Rose just made room for him. The theory caught so … Continue reading Titanic’s ‘Door Debate’ will be solved

2022’s Best Sellers

Some books offer advice on habitual things or how to handle our mental or physical well-being. Other books transport people to different worlds, times, or places. Some people prefer other methods to gain the same knowledge or experience, such as movies, podcasts, or even music.  Others prefer the tangibility of the book, though some people use e-books. Regardless of how you read the books you … Continue reading 2022’s Best Sellers

My Tips & Tricks for Flying

Although the Key West Airport isn’t a large airport by any means, many trips require a connecting flight, and those can be tricky to navigate.  Although young, I have had plenty of experience on planes traveling alone and with my family.  Here’s a list of my tips and tricks for the airport and airplane. First, try to keep your carry-on and personal bags packed light.  … Continue reading My Tips & Tricks for Flying

Noodle the Pug

Noodles the pug became a hit TikTok sensation with his owner, Jonathan Graziano when Graziano began a game of “bones” or “no bones.”  Graziano would sit Noodles upright, and if the dog flopped back into bed, it would be a “no bones” day, and Graziano would urge people to be gentle with themselves and others.  It wasn’t necessarily a bad day, just one to take … Continue reading Noodle the Pug

Mauna Loa Eruption

Mauna Loa, the largest active volcano in the world, is located in Hawaii.  The volcano started an eruption on Sunday at 11:30 pm HST.  The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency stated, “No communities downslope from the caldera are immediately threatened, and about half of all recorded Mauna Loa eruptions have been confined to the summit area.”   Although there is no immediate danger, the Hawaii Emergency Management … Continue reading Mauna Loa Eruption

Thanksgiving History

Thanksgiving was a holiday celebrated by many U.S states and colonies individually until President Abraham Lincoln made it a national holiday in 1863.  Lincoln had declared the holiday to be celebrated on the final Thursday of November.  However, President Franklin D. Roosevelt moved the holiday to be celebrated a week earlier during the Great Depression in an attempt to help the economy.  Many people opposed … Continue reading Thanksgiving History

Nicole 2022

Mother nature waits for no one, and an example of this is the storm Nicole, which hit land on Wednesday.  Nicole has left multiple watches and warnings across the east coast.  Hurricane watches had been issued for Lake Okeechobee and Hallandale Beach to Boca Raton, Florida.  Hurricane warnings had been issued as well, leaving Boca Raton to the Flagler/Volusia County Line vulnerable to damage.  Watches … Continue reading Nicole 2022

This Week In History

“Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” (George Santayana).  Without history, we cannot grow from our mistakes, leaving us to follow the same path others have already been down. Although this week is average, and just another boring week for most, many significant things have happened in the history of the world.   October 31 Although Halloween overshadows most other events, … Continue reading This Week In History

The Adventures of Percy Jackson

In light of the new Disney+ series set to come out in 2024, I have decided to write about the book series it follows, and the writer behind it all.  Rick Riordan released the first book of the Percy Jackson series in 2005, kickstarting the fantasy series.  Though the books are intended for middle school readers, Riordan stated, “I didn’t simplify anything to write The … Continue reading The Adventures of Percy Jackson