चरमोपाय निर्णय – रामानुज स्वामीजी का वैभव प्रकाशन

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चरमोपाय निर्णय – रामानुज स्वामीजी का वैभव प्रकाशन

SrIvaishNava granthams in hindi

॥ श्री: ॥

॥ श्रीमते रामानुजाय नमः ॥
॥ श्रीमद्वरवरमुनयेनमः ॥
॥ श्रीवानाचलमहामुनयेनमः ॥
॥ श्रीवादिभीकरमहागुरुवेनमः ॥

चरमोपाय निर्णय –  श्री रामानुज स्वामीजी का वैभव प्रकाशन


श्री कुरेश स्वामीजी, रामानुज स्वामीजी की आज्ञानुसार वरदराज स्तव की रचना करके वरदराज भगवान को सुनाते हैं।श्री कुरेश स्वामीजी को भगवान उनकी खोई हुई आँखों को देना चाहते थे, तब श्री कुरेश स्वामीजी ने कहा इन नेत्रों मे आपके और रामानुज स्वामीजी के दर्शन स्थिर हो गए है, अब आंखो की कोई आवश्यकता नहीं है। परमपद में भगवान के साथ रहनेवाले अम्माजी, नित्य और मुक्त जनों के साथ स्थान देने के लिए कहा ।

श्री कुरेश स्वामीजी की इच्छानुसार वरदराज भगवान ने मोक्ष दे दिया और कहा कि मैं परमपद का राजा हूँ मैने पूर्ण अधिकार श्री विष्वक्सेनजी को दिया है, मैं पूर्ण रूप से स्वतंत्र नहीं हूँ, तुम नित्यसुरियों के मुख्यस्थ श्री रामानुज स्वामीजी के पास जाओ और उनसे प्रार्थना करो, वे…

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Island Lembongan and Leatherjackets

Flat Tires and Slow Boats

Lembongan to BaliIt was a decade ago and a half ago. I remember the excitement I felt as I began to architect what I believed to be the best life possible. I was going to study computer networking and databases…yes, for real!

In my mind this would eventually lead me to a position where I could work from anywhere in the world. Of course that in turn led me to see myself on a beach in the tropics holding down the cyber-fort with my laptop.

My first position in corporate America was with a law firm for whom any chance of working remotely were quickly dashed. Next up was a consulting company. Working from a remote location was standard practice however being outside the continental US borders was not.

Kansas, no problem, Milwaukee, good as gold.

I left the consulting firm and started a travel company and a blog. My vision finally came…

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Artificial intelligence is real now and it’s just getting started


Artificial intelligence is already very real. Not conscious machines, omnipotent machines or even reasoning machines (yet), but statistical machines that automate and increasingly can outperform humans at certain pattern-recognition tasks. Computer vision, language understanding, anomaly detection and other fields have made immense advances in the past few years.

All this work will be the stepping stones for future AI systems that, decades from now, might perform feats we’ve only imagined computers could perform. There are brain-inspired neurosynaptic microchips under development, and quantum artificial intelligence might only be a decade away. Some experts predict general artificial intelligence — perhaps even artificial superintelligence — will happen easily within this century.

The effects that AI is having and will have on business, the economy and, most importantly, humanity certainly merit consideration. It’s a discussion we’ll have at our Structure Data conference, which takes place March 18 and 19 in New…

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Online outlets showed Hebdo images but offline media didn’t. Why?


As the world struggled to understand the violence in Paris, where 12 cartoonists and other staff at the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo were gunned down by Islamic extremists, media outlets were faced with a challenge: Should they publish the offensive images that may have helped trigger that violence? What’s interesting is that almost all of those who chose to publish them were online-media outlets, and almost all of those who refrained were traditional players.

Why was there such a clear divide between online and offline entities in the way they responded to the incident? Is it because digital media is seen as more of a lawless frontier, or because print and TV are seen as more permanent and therefore more risky? Or is it because digital-media outlets feel more compelled to protect freedom of speech because they feel more vulnerable than mainstream outlets? Or was it just for traffic?


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