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Who's afraid of the IoT?

It’s heeeere! The Internet of Things, I mean. I just spent several days at the Connected Conference in Paris, which focused on IoT hardware. They built a whole home full of connected devices, showcased the War for the WAN, and underscored that the IoT is — as always — not quite what we imagined, and not quite what we hoped. 687 more words

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Ibai Gomez: I Am Focused on Preparing For Next Season

After an injury sidelined Ibai Gomez at the beginning of the season the winger failed to see the pitch for the remainder of the year. He had missed so much time that when he was deemed fit enough to compete he found it impossible to find minutes. 374 more words

Athletic Club

Gers

Het was ooit ‘De Keijzer’, toen was het er ook al gers.

En nu is het officieel.

De zaak is in een nieuw jasje gestoken, het valt me meteen op zodra ik het terras op loop.  696 more words

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Live Unapologetically

Freshmen, learn to stop caring about what other people think of you.

The number one piece of advice you will be given as a freshman is to get involved. 311 more words

Non-Fiction

Falling Flat

As we enter a competitive workplace, many of us forget the fun of creativity.

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I am one of those lucky people who knows what it’s like to lose oneself to music. 353 more words

Non-Fiction

What Academic Courses Didn't Teach Me

Working onstage and backstage has taught me the most unique and valuable lessons.

If you are in a theatrical production, one of the countless things that you will have to get familiar with are long, slow walks behind the cyclorama (cyc). 702 more words

Non-Fiction

It's Lit(erature) at the Night Show

I LIVE for over-analyzation. My personal writing motto is “obsessive manipulation, compulsive introspection.” I wouldn’t recommend living by this creed, because it will reduce you to a hypercritical mess that can interpret meaning in anything and everything. 1,469 more words

Nina