Welcome to the 24th edition of “3 Things I Learned Last Week”! Consider this your exclusive backstage pass to the rock concert of insights I’ve crowdsurfed through in the past week.
Grab a cup of your most exotic beverage, put on your explorer hat, and get ready for a wild safari that might just teach you how to see the digital world in psychedelic colors. 🎉
Here’s what’s cookin’:
- How to Learn to Code FAST Using ChatGPT (because we all know time flies when you’re learning to code).
- How Chess Broke YouTube (and you thought your cat video was a sensation).
- The Genius AI Behind The Sims (making fake people more interesting than real ones since 2000).
🚀 Fasten your seatbelts; let’s take off!
💻 How to Learn to Code FAST Using ChatGPT
Ever wanted to become a coder but got stuck in an endless loop of confusion? No, not while coding, while learning to code! This groovy video showcases how ChatGPT, the AI tool with more brainpower than Einstein’s pet robot, can make coding more fun than a game of digital twister.
♟️ How Chess Broke YouTube
Chess – that game your grandpa played while telling you wild stories. But now, it’s hip, it’s trendy, and it’s breaking YouTube like a clumsy person breaks fine china. This video will walk you through the knights and bishops of pop culture, pawns of engaging YouTube channels, and checkmate with Chess.com.
🎮 The Genius AI Behind The Sims
Ever wondered why your Sims character has a better social life than you do? This video dives into the genius AI behind The Sims, explaining how digital folks manage to be so intriguing, engaging, and sometimes downright strange.
That’s a wrap for the 24th edition of “3 Things I Learned Last Week.” If you find these enlightening, surprising, or just plain weird, stay tuned for more brain-tickling adventures next week!
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Here’s to a week filled with bizarre discoveries, laugh-out-loud moments, and at least one new YouTube rabbit hole.
Catch you on the flip side,
~ Nathan 🚀
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