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  1. @cpsc106gregphillips

    Midweek Post – 18-JUL-2018

    Wednesday is the bane of our week. It is the never ending drudge to the top of a hill. Sad part is, time and gravity don’t share the same plane, so it’s not “all downhill from here“.  Or is it? Sigh. I hate Wednesdays. I do enjoy videos though, especially when they’re not kitschy and […]
  2. @cpsc106gregphillips

    Midweek Post – 11-JUL-2018

    Hump day. The bane of all weeks. It’s a struggle to get past 2:00 PM, but we stumble forwards, hopeful for the weekend. The daily creates keep coming. I’ve put together a wish list for the Kool-aid man, and a fictional map of how far I’d walk for you. But the real focus this week […]
  3. @cpsc106gregphillips

    Midweek Post – 04-JUL-2018

    It’s the middle of the week, and time for another update. It’s July 4th. to be exact, the day we celebrate our independence from the evil British Empire. I love messing with my United Kingdom counterparts, developers, and business associates about this day. During the beginning of the week, I’m constantly reminding them I’ll be […]
  4. @jasmxlon

    Midweek 1: Hump Day

    Featured Image: Created by me/Inspired by Daily Create on 6/26/2018 Welcome to my Blog! The following are the links to all of my accounts: For this course I have created a Twitter, Instagram, SoundCloud , and YouTube accounts. Process I have prior experience with Domain of One’s Own since it is a very common tool used in classes at Mary …

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  5. @cpsc106gregphillips

    Midweek Post – 27-JUN-2018

    Ah, yes. It’s time for the midweek post of a sixteen week course compressed into a five week time frame. It’s like the difference between an audio video interleave (.avi) file and a moving picture experts group four (.mp4) file. You get all the necessary good stuff you were after, without the extra stuff to […]

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