Vegan Lecture & Q&A

Talk and discuss

A talk about the food we eat and the various far-reaching effects of this common activity. We touch on the following:

Misusing the word love

Oral vs. visual ingestion

Economics of dairy: milk & money

Eggs and manifestation of exploiting the feminine

Examining the energy of dairy production: abuse of sex, family, and the feminine

Michael Vick and America. Selective Compassion

QA: Animal Testing

QA: Animalizing people to perform violence

QA: Fractal love expansion

QA: If you had a cow…?

Gods In Chains – Excerpt and review commentary

Here we take a look at author Rhea Ghosh’s book about the usage of elephants in India for religious feasons. “Gods in Chains” is available on amazon here – https://amzn.to/2xhIJtx

The video includes footage from the similarly titled documentary by
Sangita Iyer – Gods in shackles (movie trailer) – on amazon movies here – https://amzn.to/2xrsFow

Javascript and React-Native

I observed a conversation recently around The State of React-Native

*opening scene*

Actor#1: Knowing React native is fine. But please, also learn either Swift or Kotlin if you wish to stay relevant. Compilers/ coding suites that make separate cuts for different platforms are fads that come and go every cycle leaving you with a pile of tech debt

Actor#2: Agreed. Javascript is irrelevant…

*end scene*

I didn’t get the deadpan at first…

But yeah, of course, he was joking. Right?

Javascript is the English of software languages as of right now (September 2018). Particularly as a useful L2 language to know.

For all of React-Native’s issues [React-Native is a framework utilizing Javascript], a huge plus is a large and diverse open source community of software companies and individuals. Though birthed from Facebook it has the potential to flourish in a future that isn’t reliant on Facebook (perhaps a lesson learned from the Parse fiasco). In any event, it has a rarer-than-usual potential for long-term viability that is envied by single-company-owned and closed-source frameworks.

React-Native may be entrenched in the linguistic framework-sphere of programming for quite a while longer than it’s current contemporaries.