That Valentine’s Day classic–candy hearts–are usually sickly sweet, both in taste and sentiment. “BE MINE,” they proclaim. “KISS ME”! That’s all well and good for the saps out there. But a new neural net has some new candy heart suggestions for all the hardened cynics. … [Read more...] about Happy Valentine’s Day From A Very Horny Neural Network
The Seneca Village Farm idea was born out of COVID-19. In the early days, food was constrained. Tamm remembers going to the farmers’ market and seeing a bleak array of produce stalls. She and a friend who works on the rooftop garden at Cooper Union, began a conversation about what it would look like for New York City to have food sovereignty or sustainable access to healthy, culturally appropriate food grown locally. What kind of food a person can access in New York City depends largely on where they live: Some neighborhoods have big grocery stores with expensive produce trucked in from all over the country. Others have corner stores with selections of packaged goods and small produce sections. … [Read more...] about What if Central Park were home to a massive urban farm?
Under the hood, Reno4 Pro has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Backing the performance unit is a 4,000 mAh battery with support for 65W fast-charging. While the company claims that the fast charging technique can charge a 4,000 mAh battery in 36 minutes, we got some surprising results while testing the device for our Oppo Reno4 Pro first impressions. … [Read more...] about Oppo Watch, Oppo Reno4 Pro with 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 launched in India: Check price, specifications
Throw locusts in boiling vegetable stock. Ignore the squeals. The shell might shoot off, so be careful. When the locusts turn pink, remove from the stock. You can dip the locusts in beaten eggs, roll them in flavoured flour (chickpea flour with added garlic, chilli, salt) and deep fry. Or, you can add them to salad. Add it to your pasta. And if you have a sweet tooth, boil locusts in sugary syrup; caramelise them for a crunchy dessert. … [Read more...] about Devil or dinner? Let’s hear it from the locust chef