Nice! A new #OpenSource release from @AWSOpen@twitter.com!
✅ @OpenSourceOrg@twitter.com approved license (Apache License 2.0)
✅ On brand for #Java ("Framework Agnostic: Write once, run anywhere")
✅ Super trippy interactive background on the https://djl.ai/ page (I could do this all day) https://twitter.com/errcraft/status/1200529891076083713
Open source from 2010-2020 has seen dramatically more change than 2000-2010 did. You can "blame" the cloud and GitHub. Here's my retrospective on the biggest innovations in open source over the last decade https://www.cio.com.au/article/669131/how-open-source-changed-everything-again/
Is the world ready for a massive supply chain change? This promises Interesting Times: https://www.chinalawblog.com/2019/11/how-to-conduct-business-with-chinese-companies-that-see-a-dark-future.html
"I'm not sure there are many touchier issues than being a foreign company from a superpower pushing opiates in China." https://apnews.com/3ff1dfa05dac46ebb2615f729d947c0f
"marketeers actually believe that their marketing works, even if it doesn’t" https://thecorrespondent.com/100/the-new-dot-com-bubble-is-here-its-called-online-advertising/13228924500-22d5fd24
A long time ago— like 15 years ago— I worked at Sun Microsystems. The company was nearly dead at the time (it died a couple years later) because they didn't make anything that anyone wanted to buy anymore. So they had a lot of strange ideas about how they'd make their comeback.
"Marketers are often most successful at marketing their own marketing." https://thecorrespondent.com/100/the-new-dot-com-bubble-is-here-its-called-online-advertising/13228924500-22d5fd24
The Milgram Experiment... was a fraud. https://www.psypost.org/2019/11/unpublished-data-from-stanley-milgrams-experiments-casts-doubts-on-his-claims-about-obedience-54921