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Top-Five Midterm Blogs

The last of my top-five midterm blogs comes from Joseph Schwab and his blog titled, “Frat Mixology”. It was an interesting topic that caught my attention, and after analyzing his blog, it was definitely one of my favorite. 65 more words

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Top-Five Midterm Blogs

One of the most creative blogs I encountered after reviewing all of the midterms was Maya Shanfeld’s blog titled, “Game of Stoves”. An obvious pun on the famous HBO show, “Game of Thrones”, this blog details cooking medieval-style meals. 71 more words

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Top-Five Midterm Blogs

Arguably my favorite blog among our classmates, Matthew Biscaldi’s “The View from the Promenade” deals with covering the New York Mets. As a New York sports fan, seeing more coverage on the Mets interested me right away. 80 more words

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Top-Five Midterm Blogs

One of my other favorite blogs was Valerie Quintana’s about The Walking Dead. Right away, the design and color scheme of the blog stuck me. With the Walking Dead being a show about zombies, making the colors black and red fit perfectly. 67 more words

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Top-Five Midterm Blogs

After reviewing all of the blogs completed by my classmates, one of my favorite blogs has been Conor Murphy’s, titled “On Effective Altruism”. It was one of the most interesting topics I came across while reviewing the blogs, and the creative process was different than the majority of my classmates. 67 more words

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Midterm Project: Laser Security

Final Documentation

Title: Laser Security

Final Concept: Homeowners constantly struggle with the possibility of a break in or burglary. Many companies sell expensive home security systems to help people secure their homes, but Laser Security aims to provide a cheap means of thief detection through laser detection systems. 620 more words

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The Son From America Midterm

Isaac Bashevis Singer’s story shows readers exactly how systems of unchecked capitalism often clash with genuine happiness, culture, and prosperity. Many human beings living in contemporary American society forget how unnecessary their excessively consumerist and competitive lifestyles are. 265 more words