Ask someone to coffee…

This prompt was the first that I can honestly say I was forced to sit down and take a closer look at my situation. For those of you who are unaware, people like to say that I “have a lot on my plate”. While that may be the case, I know that I am unable to agree without sounding vain. However, something I can openly admit is that I sometimes become blind to those who have helped me achieve what I have and continue to enable me to be the best version of myself. So today, I sat down for coffee…

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Who do you feel are your competitors? How could you turn them into collaborators?

This prompt did a fantastic job at reminding me of why I really feel passionate about my major and hobby – computer science. In my field, almost every other developer is technically a “competitor” because they are trying to design programs and apps that redefine the way we use technology. This makes for a constant challenge of staying up to date with the best processes, libraries, languages, etc.

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Ask the person nearest to you what you should do with this page…

This prompt really opened my eyes to the amount of influence that entertainment media has on my generation. For those of you who were unaware of the prompt’s layout, it was just a series of dots aligned to make a grid. We were then assigned to do exactly what you would expect from the prompt, get ideas from the person nearest to you.

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10 things I want to learn.

Stack of Books

This prompt really had me thinking about my schooling and general understanding of learning in a broad sense. While I realize that I could easily name ten different topics of interest to me, it felt unnecessary to try and “limit” myself to only picking ten.

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Writing for Digital Media Blog

The following blog entries are dedicated to my current Writing for Digital Media class at University. Please feel free to check them out!

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