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  1. rowan_peter (Rowan Peter)

    Create your own room – acoustic anechoic chamber

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    The Create your own room assignment, is about doing exactly that. Ever thought of creating your own dream room? Now you can! Using AI create pinterest find rooms, furniture, colors etc. From there write a blog post about why you chose everything! This is your dream so make it as crazy and out of the … Continue reading Create your own room – acoustic anechoic chamber ?
  2. @wade_764

    What’s the big deal – Privacy on the Web

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    I was particularly interested in this web assignment because I love technology! For the first half of the work, I was asked to count the number of open-source programs on my computer. I am a Computer science major, and I am also studying cybersecurity. The laptop I use for my daily tasks has Ubuntu Linux for its operating system. As a result, most of my programs are open source. However, I think the author of this assignment may be confused as to what the opposite type of program is called. Closed source software means that a company or individual does…
  3. @sunglasses260

    The Bedroom of My Dreams…

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    As I was browsing through the assignment bank, the “Create your own room” web assignment caught my eye. Maybe it was because of the house-creation online games I used to play as a kid, or perhaps because for quite some time now, I’ve had a Pinterest board for cool home-and-bedroom-related ideas (many of them far […]
  4. @jclark22umw

    How good at drawing are you really?

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    For my third assignment from the assignment bank this week, I found this fun little activity! You go to https://quickdraw.withgoogle.com/ and you draw six quick images for the computer to guess. You have twenty seconds for each drawing, and the computer guesses while you work. It is a lot like Pictionary, minus the opposing team. […]

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  5. @missgoofyxx

    Another One Bites the Dust

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    Week 2 Daily Creates I started this week late due to family visiting my home and unfortunate events with my spouse’s vehicle, but when I finally checked in I was stoked to see the inclusion of the daily create. I wanted to participate in them, but it would slip my mind. Now that it is […]

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