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October 2023


Welcome All!

Please join us in exploring many areas of interest in our dynamic systems spaces we live in today. This includes new languages, both computer and otherwise, AI, and how can we make our lives better.

This weeks how to, “How To Setup WordPress SMTP For Sending Emails – Must Watch For All Website Owners” at

  • Artificial Intelligence, try it out for FREE!
  • Geologic time and the age of the universe
  • The World Wide Web in general
  • Web development
  • WordPress
  • WordPress software development, special focus on plugins
  • World history and US history
  • Learning Spanish
  • Latin America
  • And most of all, good Will and Humor!

Interested in Spanish? Checkout out Latino deportes (sports) in Spanish and general news feeds in Spanish that appear on the right side of this page. Just click the appropriate box at the top of the side-bar. I find it useful on two levels. If you are just learning Spanish, try reading and understanding the article headings as you peruse them, and click on any one of them to see the full article in Spanish. If you are a native Spanish speaker, or are otherwise fluent in the language, just enjoy and be informed. These news feeds are provided by El Nuevo Día, a main newspaper in Puerto Rico.

If you would like to try out the latest advancements in AI technology and have some fun while doing it, then is the perfect site for you! is all about having fun with Text AI. You can create your own AI-generated fantasies, just like children make mud pies. And soon, you’ll be able to try out image generation, too!

But isn’t just fun and games. It’s also family friendly, so you can share your AI endeavors with your loved ones, including children, spouses and even Grandmothers!

Plus, ChatGPT is making great strides in their software development, so you can expect to see new features and capabilities added to the site regularly. There have been upgrades to the plugins and APIs almost every week!

If you’d like to take a break from AI, then check out our photo blog, We’ve got stunning shots of the Arizona desert, Mexico, and China.

Finally, here’s a challenge for you: some of the posts on this site were generated via ChatGPT. Can you guess which ones?

So, what are you waiting for? Try out today and see how much fun AI can be!


James Alexander – May 2023

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