Tag Archives: change

Post the social dilemma hangover, the audience is petrified on what are the ill effects of social media, and in what ways can it polarize the users. But are we polarized after the emergence of social media? And what is the cause behind this?

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“And God,
Tell us the reason,
Youth is wasted on the young,
It’s hunting season and,
This lamb is on the run,
Searching for meaning…”

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“Culture is constantly changing. So what is the point of culture? Culture is about the preservation of continuity of a people. Culture does not make people. People make culture” – Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie.
If a culture prescribes oppression as a means of control, it is time to reject it.
A culture shouldn’t cause fear.
A culture shouldn’t teach hate.
A culture shouldn’t spread anger.
Culture is about preserving humanity, not destroying it.

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Are you listless as to what you’re supposed to do in online classes? Do you feel your peers are getting ahead of you? Worry no more, for we bring to you the ultimate online classes guide.

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A never-ending vacation is undoubtedly a dream come true for everyone. It’s an escape from the daily stressful and mundane life. But is this escape from our routine lives, really a dream come true?

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Knowing someone is not about sharing interests and hobbies; it is about being a matured version of ourselves in our own head first and then striking a conversation. Look out for someone who wants to know just the ‘you’ in you.

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The work of many people remains forgotten in the world of computer science. Many other women in this filed like Augusta Ada King, the Countess of Lovelace who was responsible for significant breakthroughs in this field remain forgotten. Learn more about the contributions of six women to the ENIAC project which changed the way we use computers.

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Most of us are fans of the superhero franchise, Marvel or DC. We definitely know that these superpowers are unreal and impossible for humans to possess. But did we ever think about the possibility of a common man having superpowers? If yes, what could it be?

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“To have a second language is to have a second soul” – Charlemagne, Holy Roman emperor implying language shapes your idea of reality. Meanwhile, Shakespeare’s Juliet says “What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” implying the opposite. Language is primarily looked at as a tool for communication. However, this is not so true. Language, absolutely, changes everything in terms of perspectives and validation.

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