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Skype, MOOCs and Google! Oh My!

The Golden Anniversary of the New York World’s Fair


 In innumerable ways automation touches our lives – and reshapes them. Automation is a simple thermostat keeping a house evenly heated; it is also a continental network of computers – the background of Bell Telephone’s coast-to-coast direct dialing system.

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#1 Feeling Artistic? Go Art Jamming!

First venue in Singapore that I’m going to introduce is Arteastiq – Tea Lounge and Art Jam @ Mandarin Gallery. It is a boutique tea house that has an art studio whereby customers can book a 3-hour painting session and enjoy themselves. 244 more words


Invisible Man: Reflections on Ferguson

I am not alone in feeling the weight of this week. I don’t think there are enough words to express my frustration with what is happening right now in Ferguson, MO, however when I see this picture today taken at a Freshman orientation at Howard University, I am reminded of the realities of the unspoken burdens we bear just by living in our beautiful skin.   221 more words


Whales Have Been Here Forever

“We made them endangered. Now we must discover their needs and change our behavior to assure their survival.”

Bruce Mate
OSU Whale Biologist 59 more words


Should The Term African American Be Eliminated (Emiliano Response)?

I’m going to show a friend of mine excellent rebuttal to that particular question; it was asked by a person who doesn’t know the history of Black Americans in the U.S. 591 more words