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  1. rowan_peter (Rowan Peter)

    AI106, DS106 & GITS – it’s about friendship and love

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    Discovering AI106 (DS106) was running again in 2024 gave me pause for thought. My pause wasn’t just on its theme of artificial intelligence or the Week 1 assignment of getting some inspiration by watching AI related films or reading AI-themed fiction, but also Paul Bond’s Ghosts of future past blog post. You had me at … Continue reading AI106, DS106 & GITS – it’s about friendship and love ?
  2. Antonio Vantaggiato

    Intriguing Stuff In Abkhasia: Words Begin With ‘A’

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    Wikipedia image: Apsua Holding Apsny Flag, by Apsuwara - CC-Licensed BY-SA

    I love languages and and here I want to talk a bit about how huge and weird can be the world of languages, also in the sense that it has produced really strange stuff. I stumbled into the Abkhasian language (spoken … Continue reading

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  3. Ben Rimes

    Reinventing Historical Propaganda Through Memes

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      Providing hands-on challenges and tasks in History classes can be difficult; sure, economic simulations, debates,  and reenactments of significant events can all “juice” up a lesson or unit, but as a Social Studies minor, I encountered a lot more discussion and lecture-based History courses that I’d like to admit. So in the vein of […]
  4. Ben Rimes

    Reinventing Historical Propaganda Through Memes

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      Providing hands-on challenges and tasks in History classes can be difficult; sure, economic simulations, debates,  and reenactments of significant events can all “juice” up a lesson or unit, but as a Social Studies minor, I encountered a lot more discussion and lecture-based History courses that I’d like to admit. So in the vein of […]
  5. shaunv1

    Merida – The Roman City in Spain

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    Merida is the small but beautiful capital city of Extremadura, Spain. It’s a city that takes you straight to glorious heart of ancient Spain. Friendly folk, engaged in their lively banter in cafes on the narrow streets, Roman ruins scattered across the city, the rich aroma of roasted meat in the air are captivating to … Continue reading Merida – The Roman City in Spain

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