As I am a little late into working on my graduate degree, a fair number of my courses have younger students in them. One can never escape group projects, even on a fully online degree. With that said, discussion comes up on how to collaborate. Being almost 30 years old, I grew up in the … Continue reading Commentary: The Paradigm of Microsoft Office vs. Google Docs
Life experiences make up the structure of a person. Choosing to give time and effort takes dedication and sweat equity. Some may choose to give donations over their time. This all depends on what each individual is willing to commit and how dedicated they are to engulfing themselves into the effort. Estimates from the Bureau … Continue reading Why I’m Taking a Year to Volunteer
Determining the options regarding the United States sanctions towards Russia for entering Crimea and Eastern Ukraine are two fold, but not simple. American can either sustain them or remove them. I take a basic analysis to both of these options and list possible outcomes. This piece was published through Divergent Options.
When looking at cognitive technologies and their applications, there are a few developments in how all the technologies come together in the near future. A two crucial examples include autonomous vehicles and home automation. Autonomous Vehicles When discussing driverless cars, the company Tesla comes to mind. In the near future, these fully electric vehicles are … Continue reading Cognitive Tech & You
For better or worse, I'm a runner. When I run, I enjoy listening to podcasts to keep me going. Given my attempts to travel at least five miles a day leaves a lot of room for consumption of content. Multiple interests lead to multiple categories of podcasts. Below, I would like to share some of … Continue reading Podcasts for the Brain(power)
A few years back, there was a gentleman I was driving around when I worked for a car rental company; he seemed quite knowledgeable and successful in his field. We were chatting about my job and he mentioned a very good point. He said, "If you're working 40 hours, always put in an extra 10 … Continue reading Learn All You Can to be Successful
The old adage, it takes 21 days to form a habit may not be completely true, however, there is some truth in at least trying to better yourself and create a better environment where you can thrive, not lag as much, and be more knowledgeable. For the new year, I have come up with some noteworthy … Continue reading Productive Habits for the New Year