access to anything and everything

As I think about last class I focus alot on the question Katia asked regarding “Should we fire someone because of something they did on the internet in the past”. I feel like I voiced my strong opinion on this… but I think that one: it depends the situation, two: I don’t think that something you did in the past should always affect your future. Unless you went to jail for it… then that offence was obviously a bit more…

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Stress-Free Travel: Understanding Directions in Spanish

  Why Knowing Directions in Spanish is Important While Travelling Knowing how to ask for and give directions in Spanish can be a real lifesaver. Imagine your GPS fails or your phone dies on you. Being able to navigate in Spanish can give you independence and security. It allows you to immerse yourself in the local culture and confidently navigate unfamiliar places without worrying about getting lost. Here are the main 3 reasons why it is important to know directions…

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Final Grade Calculator

I chose to learn about GoalSeek on Excel this week on a blog titled: How to use Goal Seek in Excel for What-If analysis , the author provided images and descriptions of how to determine a passing grade for an exam. The problem is as follows: At the end of the course, a student takes 3 exams. The passing score is 70%. All the exams have the same weight, so the overall score is calculated by averaging the 3 scores….

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Unmasking the Digital Self

Living in the digital era means our online presence isn’t just a reflection but often a defining factor in how we are perceived and treated. This reflection delves into the complex issues of cyber-vigilantism, digital footprints, and the right to manage our online histories—topics that resonate deeply in today’s interconnected society. Cyber-Vigilantism and Cyber-Shaming Cyber-vigilantism,…

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