Today It Is What It Is helps you fight the credit crunch! We are doing this by bringing you more stuff. There's a lot of stuff on the internet to read and see, and not all the stuff that we don't talk about on It Is What It Is is entirely without merit, but how can you find it.? Why, it's simple! Now if you look at the 'links' section on the left you will see at the top 'The News according to It Is What It Is' and also a feed of it. In this way you can see all sorts of things (alright, mainly news, at first, anyway, until we get more imaginative with it, the brackets should have closed there, but I was enjoying the commas thing, you see), sometimes perhaps even with a comment from me myself, not just one of the It Is What It Is staffers but the actual me, the one that writes this. "But that doesn't actually save me any money, does it, really, so that was a load of rubbish about the credit crunch, the sort of hyperbole we expect from inferior newses, although now we come to think of it we're confident that you were satirising them, sorry, carry on" I hear you say. Ah, clever readers, I do love you so! I knew my faith in you was not misplaced!
Also, get this, they will appear throughout the day, possibly, or something, as by the miracle of techno I may be chucking interesting stuff at you even as I walk along the street! What do you mean "meh, so what, I've got a better phone than you and I'm not impressed"? The cheek of it. Anyway - on with the content! I think that despite that fabulous news I should still bring you some today. I'm conscientious like that.
You can download your own robot scientist, according to a news in Wired! Isn't that amazing? I hope it's cute! Like Wall-E with a white coat and a little bow tie, and a funny voice and some catchphrases! Like "err-orr, err-orr, the-mi-ni-ster-ig-nored-my-ad-vice" or something. Yeah. Ley's take a look. It's called Eureqa, that sounds promising. It's got its own website! Hey, wait a minute! Eureqa is a software tool for detecting equations and hidden mathematical relationships in your data. Its primary goal is to identify the simplest mathematical formulas which could describe the underlying mechanisms that produced the data. Eureqa is free to download and use. Below you will find the program download, video tutorial, user forum, and other and reference materials. It's not a robot! Not even close! It doesn't even have any sort of resemblance to one, it just looks like a program! Wired, you're a disgrace - you broke my heart! I always dreamed of having a robot, ever since I just made that up!
Sometimes I think I shouldn't judge other newses by It Is What It Is' incredibly high standards. Or should I? I don't know. It's so tough...
that's all from me for now
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