“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. ” – Mark Twain

How to generate human like content in ChatGPT

How to generate human like content in ChatGPT

I found this on Reddit. Full credit to the author. Here's some prompts to improve content generation on ChatGPT or similar: 1. Using Dependency Grammer: Dependency grammar, a linguistic framework, connects words in a sentence based on their dependencies, showing how each word relies on a main word...

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Dan’s favourite AI tools

Dan’s favourite AI tools

I have been a massive fan of AI tools since ChatGPT launched in 2023. Here are some of my favourites. This is not an exhaustive list, just some of the tools I have tried and use. ChatGPT https://openai.com/ ChatGPT is a very useful tool. I just use the free version but I access GPT4 via a client...

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How to accumulate wealth according to Grant Cardone

How to accumulate wealth according to Grant Cardone

I don't know who Grant Cardone is but I like his investment philosophy. It makes sense to me. Invest in assets, not lifestyle. Don’t try to improve the quality of your life — your cars, where you live, your shoes, your belts, your purses or your vacations. Invest money in assets that create cash...

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Eurotrip 2005

Eurotrip 2005

The European adventures commenced when Phil (an Aussie mate) and I flew from London Stansted to Lyon , France . We had heaps of luggage as the first half of our trip involved a lot of camping. We were over the baggage allowance but fortunately didn't get penalized and we even managed to sneak the...

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Be forever curious

Be forever curious

Be forever curious. Volunteer for everything. Show up a lot. Treat failure as a learning experience. Live life with no regrets. Remembering … There is no undo button. Full speech here: http://steveblank.com/2011/05/17/philadelphia-university-commencement-speech-%E2%80%93-may-15th-2011/

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South America – A Summary

South America – A Summary

- Visited: 7 different countries - Spent: 195 hours (8 full days and 19 different trips) on buses - Went on: ferries, trains, buses, planes, car, bicycles - Drank: cuba libres, dirt cheap beers, caprioskas, mojitos, coca tea, inca cola, heaps of bottled water - Caught: 9 flights - Dove: with...

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Back in Argentina

Back in Argentina

 Salta The next day we transferred to a cheaper hostel and explored the city. Salta is a really nice little town with a beautiful town square and a modern mall. We found some cool little markets and bought some presents. The hostel had a cool vibe and we met some cool people. We spent the next...

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Uyuni Salt Flats

Uyuni Salt Flats

The next day we caught a bus to Uyuni which is where the tours of the salt flats leave from. After a long and slow bus trip we arrived in Uyuni at about 6:30pm and checked into a cheap hotel. We walked the streets looking for a tour company but there was so many so it wasn’t an easy decision. We...

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Potosi

Potosi

We got an overnight bus to Potosi (Bolivia) which was quite luxurious. Arrived at Potosi at about 5am and got a taxi to the Koala Den hostel. Potosi was once a booming silver mining town and its altitude of 4090m makes it one of the highest towns in world. It’s still a mining town but the money is...

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Bolivia

Bolivia

The instant we crossed the border into Bolivia it was obvious were were now in a much less affluent country. The roads were in much poorer condition and everything was just that little bit more dilapidated. We arrived in the lake side town of Copa Cabana mid morning and checked into Hotel Mirrador...

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Cusco and Lake Titicaca

Cusco and Lake Titicaca

Cusco is renowned for its party scene so it was time we got involved. We spent the next 4 days bouncing between Jacks breakfast cafe which was amazing, Nortons biker bar and the numerous night clubs around the main square that lure you in with free drinks. Some of Clarkey's mates from Coffs were...

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The Inca Trail

The Inca Trail

 Day 1 - Km 82 to HUAYLLABAMBA We were picked up from our hotel at 6:30am and met up with some of the other people in our group before hopping on a large bus. Our tour was a bit of a mixed bunch, everyone was pretty young and the group consisted of heaps of Argentinians, some Peruvians, some...

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Peru

Peru

Julie and Farina were headed in the same direction as us, so together the 4 of us hopped on a bus headed for the Peruvian border. The border crossing was fairly uneventful and we arrived in Piura at about 9pm. It was a seriously dodgy place and we all felt unsafe. We had dinner at a dodgy Chinese...

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South of Ecuador

South of Ecuador

After a week in Banos it was time to start heading south towards Peru. My 7 nights at Plantos Y Blancos hostel including breakfast and bar tab only cost me $80US ... amazing! We decided to head to Peru via the mountain route instead of the coastal route as we had already had heaps of beach time....

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Banos

Banos

On the bus ride from Quito to Banos, my small backpack which was between my legs on the bus at all times was slashed and all the stuff in the front pocket was stolen. They got my underwater camera, normal camera, Lonely Planet, laptop charger (so laptop is now useless) plus heaps of little stuff....

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Back on the Main Land (Ecuador)

Back on the Main Land (Ecuador)

Flew back to the mainland and checked back in at the Backpackers Inn in Quito. The next day we caught the cable car to the top of Teleferico which is one of the mountains overlooking Quito. From there we then hiked to the top of nearby Volcan Pichincha. It took us about 2 hours to reach the top...

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Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Islands

Situated about 1000km off the coast of Ecuador and consisting of 15 islands, the Galapagos Islands are a truly unique and beautiful part of the world. They are home to a vast number of endemic species of plants and animals. Galapagos means saddle in ancient Spanish and the islands were given this...

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Ecuador

Ecuador

I met up with Clarkey again at Quito airport and together we caught a shuttle to The Backpacker's Inn in Quito. We stepped out of hostel the following morning and were greeted by a vagrant hurling a brick at us! Fortunately it missed but we decided to head the other way down the street. Not the...

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Panamania

Panamania

I did a solo mission to Panama for a couple of nights as it’s the only Country in Central America I hadn’t been to and I’ve always been keen to see the Panama Canal. I stayed at an awesome party hostel that had been recommended to me by numerous people called Lunas Castle and it didn’t disappoint....

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