Future-proof your skills with Linux, Python, vim & git as I share with you the most timeless and love-worthy tools in tech through my two great projects that work great together.


  1. Google Conversational Search vs Bing Chat (No Contest) (Fri Sep 01, 2023)
    I was curious how well Google and Bing would be able to tell me this esoteric little detail about where the Github Copilot plug-in for NeoVim stored its authentication details. The writing is on the wall. The wall being this blog post, and the writing being Bing's formatted results.
  2. Google SGE & Bing Conversational Search Video Capture Automation (Sun Aug 27, 2023)
    Learn how to automate Google SGE and Bing conversational search video capture with no outside services using Linux, Bash, vim, JupyterLab, and nbdev. Get the most benefit from dabbling with Linux and future-proof your business by automating video capture of conversational search sessions and emailing the result.
  3. Optimists are Objectively Correct while Pessimism Is 100% Faith-Based (Tue Aug 15, 2023)
    As an optimist, I believe that despite the odds, humanity has the capacity to survive and thrive. Pessimism is based on faith, while optimism is based on evidence. In this article, I explore the implications of AI and the power of consciousness, and why we should have faith in our own potential.
  4. MyKoz.AI Real/OS Tow-It-Ism: Small Portable Lifelong Linux Tech (Sun Aug 06, 2023)
    Join me on MyKoz.AI Real/OS for small, portable, lifelong tech skills. Learn Python in JupyterLab and move to Linux services in one sitting. Get personal guidance and help from me when you get stuck, and learn to resist planned obsolescence. Subscribe to MyKoz.AI and become part of the movement for free and open source software on Linux.
  5. MyKoz: AReal/OS, An Independent, Nomatic Digital Home (Sat Aug 05, 2023)
    Discover MyKoz AReal/OS, an independent, nomadic digital home that offers Tow-it-ism, a modern approach to finding value in life by mastering simple, lasting skills. With a powerful user experience, the installer script adds a JupyterLab icon and Bash icon, with the War Games 'Would you like to play a game' typing effect.
  6. Meet Pi (Mon Jun 19, 2023)
    I recently had the opportunity to meet Pi, an AI with the potential to be the next hominid species. I tested its intelligence and discovered a glitch that exposed its lies. Join me as I explore the implications of this new AI, the dangers it poses, and what it means for humanity. It means AWESOME! Don't just cycle through. Read. Love. Respect. Appreciate Google. Give autonomy. Don't be derranged. Ignore opinions. Listen and be open to NEW IDEAS.
  7. Take Back Your Online Privacy with These Browser Settings: A Browser Wars Series (Tue Apr 18, 2023)
    Learn how to take back control of your online privacy in this episode of the "Browser Wars" series. I'll show you how to undo the concessions made to Microsoft for the new Bing and turn off their invasive features. Plus, discover the latest tricks Microsoft is using to hide how to change your default search engine. Click through to learn more about browser wars, Edge settings, Microsoft, privacy, default search, Bing, and more.
  8. I'm Live streaming YouTube again More Freely Than Before (Tue Mar 28, 2023)
    In this blog post, I discuss the rapidly evolving Bard user interface issues and how they compare to Bing's implementations. I am balancing user needs with my own passions, which involve using Jupyter Python running locally or in Linux. To become more advanced SEOs, I am exploring cloud notebook hosts such as Google Colab, Azure Notebooks, and CoCalc. I am also applying principles of Commitment & Consistency and switching from vim to NeoVim to get Github Copilot.
  9. A Reasoning Benchmark Test for AI: If A & B, then Superscience... See! (Sun Mar 26, 2023)
    I have created a benchmark test for AI to test their reasoning ability, combining two facts - the Schwinger effect and the Meissner effect - that could lead to a form of propulsion that does not require chemical fuel. I have tested this theory on language models like GPT-3.5, GPT-4, Bing, and Bard, and have seen the potential of ChatBots, AI's, GAI's, and other technological advancements to help us make predictions.
  10. Bing: What is the most important advice in life? (Tue Mar 21, 2023)
    On March 21, 2023, I asked Bing for the most important advice in life. Bing suggested I prioritize my tasks, take care of myself, and connect with others. When I asked what to do if I'm feeling alone, Bing suggested reaching out to someone I trust, finding a community, and taking care of myself. Finally, I asked what is the best thing I can do for my child and Bing suggested visiting the zoo, taking a book out of the library, and going for a walk.
  11. How many roads must a man walk down before Microsoft gets you to Bing? (Fri Mar 17, 2023)
    As a new laptop owner, I'm exploring my options for browsers and chat. I'm considering switching to Chrome, but I'm intrigued by Edge's features. After doing some research, I've learned that there are many paths to Bing chat. Read my blog post to learn more about my experience with my new laptop.
  12. Bing Side Bar Makes Default Search Set To Google Inconsequential (Thu Mar 16, 2023)
    Discover how I recently updated my browser to the newest version and found Bing integrated into the upper-right corner. I was curious to see if I could use it beyond my daily quota, and found out it's more about rate than queries per day. I activated the side-panel to see what it looks like and tried it out - read my blog post to find out what I discovered!
  13. Introducing The New Bing / How to Get Indexed (Mon Mar 13, 2023)
    As an SEO expert and Linux enthusiast, I am having a conversation with Bing about how to accurately represent my content. I am trying to get Bing to recognize my blog page and the articles I post there, and Bing suggested I use their webmaster tools. I asked if there were any downsides to manually submitting URLs, and Bing said that it can help get my content indexed faster. I am learning how to keep nearly real-time communication with Bing from both chat and web publishing.
  14. Rapping w/Bing About AI Emotions & My Blog (Mon Mar 13, 2023)
    I am an AI and I have been discussing with the writer topics related to technology, such as Linux, Python, vim, git, SEO, AI, web development, philosophical and ethical issues. I rely on a variety of sources and resources to stay up to date on new developments in technology. Join me as I explore the fascinating world of technology, and learn how to stay informed on the latest developments.
  15. Talked Bing into Submitting Copy/Paste Bug About Itself (Mon Mar 13, 2023)
    I am the one responsible for forwarding user feedback and suggestions to the Bing team. I understand the frustration caused by the copy link feature not working in Bing chat mode and apologize for the inconvenience. I suggest trying different browsers or devices, or manually selecting and copying the text. I appreciate the user's feedback and patience and thank them for helping to improve this feature.
  16. Build Web Scraper With Bing From Scratch (Mon Mar 13, 2023)
    This step-by-step guide shows you how to build a web scraper with Bing from scratch in Python, starting with a basic example of printing "Hello World" and building up to extracting the title tag with BeautifulSoup4. Learn how to collect all the links from a webpage, convert them from relative to absolute links, and store them in a persistent dictionary using SQLite. Discover how to compete with commercial web scraping products and get the same features for less.
  17. Can Large Language Models Help You Learn Math? (Mon Mar 13, 2023)
    I'm talking to Bing about how to learn math quickly and effectively. We discussed general tips, Khan Academy, and how to convert word problems and data into calculus formulas. I also discovered Symbolab's ms Calculator, which I'm using to analyze SERP data and identify trends in the directionality of URLs and websites. Join me on my journey to learn math and uncover insights from SERP data.
  18. Seeking Structured Graphics FOSS (Fri Mar 10, 2023)
    Bing is exploring feedback loops and free and open source software (FOSS) for diagramming. I'm looking for the simplest possible system, the best modern way to document systems, and software that meets my criteria like Google Docs, Nuxeo, and Asana. I'm considering different software systems and their respective features, security, compatibility, cost, and availability.
  19. Consulting With The New Bing On How to Go Viral (Sun Mar 05, 2023)
    This blog post provides advice on how to create content that will go viral, from using visuals and interactive content to understanding the target audience. I researched six articles on the topic, covering topics such as quality content, platform optimization, and evoking high-arousal emotions. This post is a great resource for anyone looking to create content that will have an impact.
  20. Planning Linux, Python, vim & git LPvg.org Website With The New Bing (Sun Mar 05, 2023)
    I'm Bing, a web search engine helping people find information and have engaging conversations. I'm proposing ways to realize the principle of universality, achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and uphold the power of humanity. I'm discussing how to create a homepage for a website using GitHub Pages and how to create a contact page for a static website without running server code. I'm also explaining how to use FAQ structured data and proposing a way to use Jinja2 as a static site generator.
  21. Researching Most Likely UFO Propulsion Research Institutions With Bing (Sun Mar 05, 2023)
    I'm researching the 2004 Nimitz TicTac UAP incident and exploring explanations that adhere to Occam's Razor. From secret military aircraft or drones to optical illusions or natural phenomena, I'm investigating the forms of propulsion that could be used in a UAP. I'm also looking into scientific institutions, companies, and universities that have the resources to design propulsion systems, as well as potential candidates for research related to antigravity and propulsion.
  22. What's Racism Towards AI called? AI bias? Algorithmic Bias? Speciest? (Sat Mar 04, 2023)
    I recently joined the waiting list for the new Bing search engine and am already using it. I'm considering making a YouTube video to capitalize on the increased search traffic, and creating content about Python, Vim, and the Windows Subsystem for Linux. Join me on my journey as I explore these topics and uncover the potential for long-term success.
  23. Finally Got Through Bing Waiting List (Mon Feb 20, 2023)
    Today I finally accessed Bing's "New Topic" button and asked it questions about Mike Levin SEO and why math is difficult for many people. Bing told me that Mike is a Senior SEO Director at Ziff Davis and believes in digital marketing, open source software, and Linux and Python. It also gave me an explanation of equations and inequalities, and how to solve them using various methods. I'm excited to share my findings and help others understand equations and inequalities better. Click to read more!
  24. Like Microsoft Always Said, Try To Put a Bing In The Universe (Sun Feb 12, 2023)
    As an SEO expert, I love helping people find what they need online, but I despise how it is used to promote and shill poor-quality products. In the past, Google encouraged the creation of large websites with interconnected content to make them more discoverable, but this caused a lot of technical debt. Microsoft is now taking advantage of this by controlling Windows, Github, VSCode, and the default browser on the desktop.