“Dogs are our link to paradise. They don’t know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring–it was peace.”
Piper, the border collie, protects airplanes taking off at Cherry Capital Airport in Michigan from bird strikes — recall the geese that got sucked into a US Airways flight on the Miracle at the Hudson. Says his handler Brian Edwards: “When he goes out to deploy and chase something, it really looks like a missile launch.”
If you’re looking for the best photo-backup service, look no further than Google Photos. Not only does it free up phone space, it creates gifs, adds filters, and stitches images together for you using the magic of artificial intelligence. In the age of image surfeit, Google Photos has been a blessing in disguise, helping people decide what to post or share with friends and family. But today’s news is by far my favorite.
Using its human face identification technology, Google can now detect individual cats and dogs instead of bunching all the animals together. It can even narrow results down to a specific breed. You can also search by or emojis.
It’s about time pets got some recognition. See what I did there 😉
People need widgets in order to meet other people. The widget can be a dog, a beer, or a coffee, anything that increases the likeliness of people talking in a social setting. People feel more confident and more engaged when they’re holding on to something and have a reason to be there.
It’s easier meet new people when we’re younger because there are simply more free time and more opportunities: at school, in organized sport, clubs, and countless other extracurricular activities. Adults are either too busy or too jaded to participate in social activities every day. That’s why they may go online and socialize on Twitter and Facebook instead. It’s quicker, easier, and can be done from the couch.
People are social animals whether or not they prefer to be social. We identify ourselves in comparison to other people. At the end of the day, we seek validation. The central question we all ask is “Is anyone listening to me?”