Youtube University

Quote of awesomeness: “I am still learning” ~ Michelangelo Youtube, youtube, youtube, how it’s grown these past few years. Let’s go back to the beginning, shall we? There’s no youtube university….. YET! But, with youtube, you can learn so much from coding, cooking, hacking, how-to’s, about the universe and so much more!! Any gender, color, and […]

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Swagbucks!: A tested way to earn some moolah (money) back

Quote of awesomeness: “Never spend your money before you have it” ~ Thomas Jefferson Have you ever heard of Swagbucks? This website lets you earn your money back! It’s actually free to join. All you need to do is give your email address and create a password. Yup, that simple. The first thing that you […]

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Google Home Mini: “OKAY, GOOGLE!!!!!”

Quote of awesomeness: “We’re changing the world with technology” ~ Bill Gates Here’s a short review 🙂 The Google Home Mini can be really helpful. Have a question? Ask your google home mini! It’s that simple. Your questions can be as simple as “what’s the weather, today” or as complicated as asking how to create […]

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Python Basics!!!

Quote of awesomeness: “It’s harder to read code than to write it.” ~ Joel Spolsky Let’s learn some basics! Here are some simple datatypes: Integers (whole number) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6….   Floats (decimals) 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5…..   String (anything in “quotation marks”) “hello”, “my”, “awesome”, “readers!”   Boolean (I know, […]

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The misleading & deceptiveness of advertising and labels

Quote of awesomeness: “Truth stands, even if there be no public support. It is self-sustained” ~ Mahatma Gandhi  Have you ever looked at a canned bottle that has a 100% juice label as you scanned it? Well, that’s the thing, it’s wrong, most of the time. If it reads a 100% juice, this means that […]

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Why Militarism was the Main Cause of World War I

Quote of awesomeness: “War is what happens when language fails” ~ Margaret Atwood World War I, also known as the First World War, began on Sunday, June 28, 1914, spanned four terrible years, more than nine lives taken, and 20 million people wounded both physically and mentally. Before this war erupted, during the late 19th […]

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