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Corey Bearak
Posted By : Corey Bearak

I usually discuss song playlists in blogs contemporaneously to an event the group of tunes relate with -- the holidays, new years, sweethearts days, some political events.  I recently viewed the playlists I posted to my website and YouTube and counted a dozen.  All of mirrored in my Apple Music.  What surprised me involved the presence of additiona

Mitch Tobol
Chatting with ChatGPT
Posted By : Mitch Tobol

ChatGPT is an advanced language model created by OpenAI. It's a powerful tool that can understand and respond to natural language input. It can be used to generate text, answer questions, and even engage in conversations.   One of the most impressive things about ChatGPT is its ability to understand context. This means that if you ask it a follow-u

Fred Klein
Posted By : Fred Klein

Last week my Friday With Fred blog was about the Anubis Horribus year of 1968, eg, 2 assassinations and my friend David Berger suggested I lighten it up by blogging about the wonderful subsequent year.   1969 has been called The Year That Shook the World.   Pictured are many of the wonderful highlights of a wonderful bounce-back year! For me, a Spo

Benjamin Geizhals
Politics and Theatre
Posted By : Benjamin Geizhals

We have shied away from politics in our blogs, but I can’t resist…. and, I prefer to think of this as theatre.First, after the discovery of classified documents at former Vice President Pence’s home, I feel compelled to go down to my basement and see what I may have.Second, I live in the now infamous Third Congressional District of New York and am

Crysti Farra
Musha's Messages of Inspiration
Posted By : Crysti Farra

 A little introduction is necessary... Musha is our rescue dog. Musha is black and large. Musha is a Staffordshire Terrier (aka pit bull). However, Musha does not let stereotypes rule his world. In the coming weeks you will all be introduced more to Musha's journey with us because I believe Musha has a great story, with wonderful lessons that we co

Nancy Schess
To Do
Posted By : Nancy Schess

I commented on Rona’s blog yesterday about the sanctity of my “to do” lists.  I started my process years ago and I have a system complete with timing.   Sunday evenings, I make my list for the upcoming week. I literally open One Note and start a new page, having the entire year to look back upon.  Across the top of the page I organize the days of t

Rona Gura
Getting Motivated
Posted By : Rona Gura

What motivates you?   We all have our tasks that just have to be done, even though we don’t look forward to them. For me it’s the weekly inputting of my time into my billing program and exercise. This month that list also includes taking continuing education classes. I recently reviewed my continuing education credits and realized I was behind in m