Day 53: How do we stop the spread of misinformation?

By now you’ve probably heard about this conspiracy theory documentary floating around called “Plandemic: The Hidden Agenda Behind Covid-19.” I saw friends debunking it before I ever got a chance to watch the video, and now it’s been removed from YouTube and Facebook. This, however, isn’t the first time we’ve encountered the spread of misinformation. It happens all the time. Social media platforms are receiving … Continue reading Day 53: How do we stop the spread of misinformation?

Day 37: What are you binge watching?

This lock down and free time has allowed for plenty of hours of binge watching TV shows and movies. I’m catching up on a lot of shows I started in the past, and I’ve added a few more to my cue. There are plenty of options for streaming, too. I currently use Netflix and YouTube anytime I want to watch something. I used to have … Continue reading Day 37: What are you binge watching?

QUARANTINE CHALLENGE #5: Stay Motivated!!!

The quarantine is supposedly scheduled to end on May 4th or so, and I haven’t accomplished a single goal yet. I’ve got a lot of goals, in fact, I have too many goals and it’s getting hard to keep track of all of them. And the more goals I add to my list, the less I accomplish. Toward the beginning of the quarantine I laid … Continue reading QUARANTINE CHALLENGE #5: Stay Motivated!!!

What’s the best way to learn a foreign language?

I’m speaking mostly from personal experience when I say that if you want to learn a foreign language, the only real way to do so is to go to a country that speaks that language and immerse yourself in it.  Of course, I’m sure there’s plenty of conflicting research with lengthy lists of teaching methodology and the newest software programs to make you fluent in … Continue reading What’s the best way to learn a foreign language?