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Adapting to the Machine

Civilization creates a dilemma for all of us. It’s a dilemma we seldom notice – except in the extreme. It is a dilemma created by living in a world of machines. 1,605 more words

Art And Design

University of Tokyo

The University of Tokyo (東京大学) is the oldest university in Japan and it is abbreviated as todai/東大 or UTokyo.

Previously I made a post summarizing my experience in UTokyo but I been asked to elaborate and answer a few questions; I’ll try my best to provide information. 940 more words


Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Northern Illinois University

Established in 1963, CSEAS engages with Southeast Asian countries, academic institutions and communities in the US through its academic and public programs.  Under the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, CSEAS offers: 84 more words


Kino-Pravda Docs #6: Titicut Follies

Our eyes see very little and very badly – so people dreamed up the microscope to let them see invisible phenomena; they invented the telescope…now they have perfected the cinecamera to penetrate more deeply into he visible world, to explore and record visual phenomena so that what is happening now, which will have to be taken account of in the future, is not forgotten… 928 more words

Film Pravda

The World's Most Employable Graduates [Infographic]

(Source: www.forbes.com)

In recent years, higher education and employability have become increasingly intertwined. As a result, many universities have implemented strategies to give their graduates everything they need to be successful in the world of work. 161 more words

Money Matters

Always Open

Shaking his fist at the moon, he rises up out of the sludge, the shitty slime.

Oh sweet Copernicus, king of all these stones. Oh great sand reckoner, more like a wrecker of bones. 109 more words