Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Watch for JohnWren.com becoming WrensJournal.blogger.com Good idea?

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I just messaged this to Blog Spot:

To Blog Spot:  Is there an affiliate program for Blogger.com? It's a free service, so I doubt there is, but never hurts to ask. 

I'm changing www.JohnWren.com which I aquired through GoDaddy years ago to WrensJournal.blogger.com which now forwards to the GoDaddy URL 

I'm going to post how much I've benefited from Google and your BlogSpot, it's ideal for anyone just starting in my opinion. 

John Scott Wren, founder, Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 

 I'm also going to post this on JohnWren.com, I'd prefer that you answer me there as a comment  to this.

Webinar: Prof John Lennox - Evolution A theory in crisis

Monday, February 20, 2023

Why OpenAI’s ChatGPT Is Such A Big Deal

History of the May Company. How many ChatGPT errors can you spot?

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 I was a business analyst for the George S. May Company toward the end of its existence. They gave me two assignments each week almost always each Monday and Thursday mornings, almost always involving two airplane flights. 

My job was to 1) interview key people, 2) observe operations, 3) conduct a

Sunday, February 19, 2023

Amazing. My first chat using ChatGPT.

I just asked ChatGPT this question: "How has Freud's self-analysis technique developed through Freud, Karen Horney, and Robert Langs, and why isn't it more widely known?" This is ChatGPT's unedited answer:
Freud's self-analysis technique was a critical aspect of his psychoanalytic theory and practice. It involved analyzing one's own psychological processes to gain insight into unconscious conflicts, desires, and motivations. This technique became an important foundation for subsequent psychoanalytic theorists, including Karen Horney and Robert Langs, who expanded on Freud's original ideas. Karen Horney, a prominent psychoanalyst of the mid-twentieth century, emphasized the importance of self-awareness and self-analysis in the therapeutic process. She believed that self-analysis was essential for understanding the underlying causes of psychological distress and achieving greater self-awareness. Horney encouraged her patients to explore their inner experiences, emotions, and motivations through the practice of self-reflection, which she believed could help individuals gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships with others. Robert Langs, another influential psychoanalytic theorist, further developed Freud's self-analysis technique by focusing on the importance of language and communication in the therapeutic process. Langs believed that self-analysis involved not only exploring one's own thoughts and feelings but also communicating these experiences to others through language. He argued that language was a critical tool for exploring and resolving unconscious conflicts, and that effective self-analysis required a deep understanding of the nuances of language and communication. Despite its importance in psychoanalytic theory and practice, Freud's self-analysis technique has not been widely adopted in mainstream psychology. This may be due, in part, to the complex and introspective nature of the technique, which requires individuals to engage in deep self-reflection and exploration of their unconscious thoughts and feelings. Additionally, some critics have raised concerns about the potential for self-analysis to lead to excessive self-focus and narcissism, which could exacerbate psychological distress rather than alleviate it. Nonetheless, self-analysis remains an important tool for those who practice psychoanalysis and is still taught and used in some psychoanalytic circles today.

Chris Anderson on TED's Massive Growth, topic for Socrates Cafe?