Journal


Aletsiram Castro
  • 2017/09/26
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Responsive Thinking

Thinking about the universe, about the amount of water that exists on our planet or about the number of bytes that are processed daily, is to think about extremely broad topics: If you think about the amount of information we host on the internet and on the many devices that allow us to access this data, […] read more

Mati Brufal
  • 2017/09/12
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eSports: A New Kind of Sport

When you look at today’s youth sitting by their PCs playing shooter games or knocking down virtual towers and blurting out incoherent terms, you could attribute all this to a crazy pastime. Far from that what really lies beneath all this is future athlete, training hard to try and outdo his or her opponents and […] read more

consultr_support
  • 2017/06/07
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Wonder Woman: a New Era for Women in Technology

.“Not even girls want to be girls so long as our feminine archetype lacks force, strength, and power”. William Moulton Marston (creator of Wonder Woman)   Wonder Woman has been shattering box office records becoming the highest grossing opening for a female director in film history.  The fact that this super production was directed by […] read more

Laura Gallacher
  • 2017/02/16
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Slackbot: the only bot you’ll ever need

Remembering to do things is hard.  For some reason, I find that it’s getting harder and harder to remember certain tasks.  Perhaps it’s because of all the different things I need to balance: work, school, family, social life etc.  Maybe it’s a product of the times I live in.  My brain is constantly exposed to […] read more

Ramiro Cánovas
  • 2017/01/19
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STILL Dare to Feel with Technology

I consider myself a person who can absorb a lot of information, a LOT, believe me but even with that, I still have to write things down. I am 100% digital so I recently started using an old notes app. This app has grown incredibly and is now much more functional than it was then: Evernote. […] read more