The definition of the Internet of Things according to Google is “the interconnection via the internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data”. In today’s home, the inclusion of interconnectivity between all devices is very common. A common home could potentially have many devices such as an Amazon Alexa … Read moreInternet of Things An reflection of ethics…
This is a video I made that highlights my life over 48 hours. I shot it on my iPhone 7 plus so the video quality will not be cinematic quality. I used iMovie on my MacBook Pro to edit this. Although editing was different than what I am used to. I learned Avid Media Composer, … Read moreA Day in the Life… A first person look into my daily life.
What is i-D Magazine, and why did they win a Webby Award? i-D Magazine has been around since the 1980’s. The primary focus of this magazine is on fashion, art, culture, music, photography, and youth culture. the origins of i-D began as a fanzine dedicated to the street styles during the punk-era in London … Read morei-D Magazine An in-depth look into the fashion magazine’s web space
On September 10th 2017, My friend Marissa and I went and saw Lady Gaga at the Wells-Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA! Soon after the concert her and I decided to go on a spontaneous trip 3000 miles across the United States and visit the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Just kidding, we did not teleport from … Read more3000 Miles in 5 Minutes Time Travel is real…
Start Your Engines via GIPHY It is hard to believe that it has been ten years since one of my favorite shows, Rupaul’s Drag Race has been out. While channel surfing, I stumbled upon ‘Rupaul’s Drag Race’ in the channel guide on my tv. I have never heard of a show like this before. … Read moreRuPaul, The Empress of Drag “In a world full of nines, be a ten!”
The scholarly archive of ReEnvisioning Japan has two different sites. One that is the original website, and another that looks to be a refreshed more modern looking version of the project. I will often go back and forth between both sites to see if they are properly designed and meets the criteria of what their … Read moreReEnvisioning Japan A review of an archive of visual, and material of Japanese culture in the 20th century
Origin The idea for a video game console can be traced back to Ralph H. Baer in 1966. He and a team comprising of Bill Harrison, and Bill Rusch started developing prototypes. After seven prototypes, lucky number seven known as the “Brown Box” was chosen by Magnavox to go into mass production. The console sold … Read moreMario Did Not Invent the Odyssey, Magnavox Did. The first ever video game console!