For quite some time I have been preaching that autonomous cars are a boy toy fantasy myth. A tech progress fantasy used to lure literally billions of dollars from tech faithful investors, money that they […]
Riffing About Tim Cook and Apple’s New Old Mac Mini By Terry Bailey Nov 4, 2018 When former Pepsi CEO John Scully was running Apple in the Nineties, I gave an interview to MacWeek, and […]
Artificial Intelligence and Image Recognition Challenges Everything’s Coming Up Roses! One of the methods used by image recognition algorithms is to “see” things by noting patterns in an image. This can be very effective, but can […]
When I began driving autonomously at sixteen years of age (i.e. without my father in the passenger seat guiding me and keeping me in compliance with the California driving laws for teens), Dad came home one […]
So this morning I was looking for the vintage car rally event held in Pasadena every year the day before the Rose Parade, and this is what I discovered under “Events.” In 2008 a few […]
this essay was first published on November 29 in Folkworks Magazine TITLE: One Light Many Windows ARTIST: Merlin Snider LABEL: Barking Dog Music RELEASE DATE: November 21, 2016 By Terry Bailey Years ago I […]
Update November 12, 2016: the web page where the interview podcast of Leonard Cohen about his new album, You Want It Darker, appeared has now been updated to be a wonderful homage to Cohen with […]
I decided to read James Baldwin. Everything he wrote, from start to finish. Even if it takes the rest of my life.