Daily Archives : June 11, 2014

The 7 New and Coolest Programming Innovations

[section_title title=Part2] The programming world never stops developing.  Whether it be from the early stages of Binary to the era of C++ and the eventual emergence of Python and PHP, a scientific historian can look back and marvel at the majestic…

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What You Need to Know About Crowdfunding

When most people think of crowdfunding, Kickstarter probably comes to mind. The fact is, however, that the general concept of crowdfunding is much more expansive than the model employed by Kickstarter, so let’s elaborate upon the four main types of…

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Moral Development and American Education

In an essay written in 1940, notable educator and philosopher Mortimer J. Adler addressed the question, “Can anything be done about American education?” Though his answer has swayed more towards an “I don’t think so,” he nonetheless takes note of…

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White Privilege: High School Edition

White privilege is a term coined by Peggy McIntosh in her paper, “White Privilege and Male Privilege: A Personal Account of Coming to See Correspondences Through Work in Women’s Studies” (1988). It contains a list of examples of white privilege…

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Review of Chef

The movie Chef, directed by Jon Favreau, is doted with a very original plot: Respected Los Angeles-based chef Carl Casper (Jon Favreau) turns infamous after his explosive reaction to a negative review goes viral, leaving him miserable from every point…

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Life in the Seventh District Following Cantor’s Loss

Nothing important happens in Henrico.  We live the normal suburban life; we might have some class or racial strife, mostly about school funding, but none surpassing the usual.  The large county encompasses the capital of the South: Richmond, Virginia, the…

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