A Set of Rules for Recreating a Person’s Consciousness in a Digital Medium

About a month ago, I found a link to a post in a blog of IEEE in HackerNews. It discussed about the possibility of recreating one’s consciousness in a digital medium, after their death. The topic fascinated me, and it lead me to think a bit about it. I felt that the topic is a… Continue reading A Set of Rules for Recreating a Person’s Consciousness in a Digital Medium

Docker Limit Concurrent Uploads and Downloads: For Unreliable Network Connections

By default, Docker opens up multiple upload or download connections, so that it can move multiple layers of images at a given time. This is a performance boost, when used with a reliable connection. But if your network connectivity is not so reliable, doing one thing at a time and waiting for it to succeed… Continue reading Docker Limit Concurrent Uploads and Downloads: For Unreliable Network Connections

Going with Defaults

Who makes most of their computing devices? A person who customizes the heck out of their hardware or software, or a person who uses their devices as delivered from the manufacturer? Although no one can use a device without no customization at all, I have recently started to prefer to use my operating systems and… Continue reading Going with Defaults