I'M LETTING ChatGPT work away in one of my Chrome browser tabs. I value its conversational responses to questions I raise and I respect it more for the context it offers as part of its responses. Because of the length of its answers, I've moved around some money. I reckon I'm $17 ahead each month because of advice the AI gave me.
- I stopped five euro a month going out to buy coffee for a podcaster I don't hear anymore. ChatGPT confirmed he wasn't active where I last heard his voice.
- I moved several hundred contacts from Lion Desk because ChatGPT told me that Zoho CRM had respectable reviews for its Android app.
- I decided to continue paying for Craft.do because ChatGPT affirmed the presence of laudatory comments concerning its UX and task management functionality.
Right now, I'm writing these words inside Craft.do, wondering if I can push out these short statements as a public URL, then capture the page into a blog post where I highlight a section with Readwise so the core elements lands inside Obsidian.
[Bernie Goldbach teaches digital transformation on the Clonmel Digital Campus of the Technological University of the Shannon. Chat GPT is an element of digital transformation.]