When the tip of the pencil touches a blank sheet of paper and begins to dance, a story is born. And that’s the way John Nez likes to tell them – through scribbles that take…
Posts published by “Tássia Almeida”Tássia is a Brazilian journalist who is learning and discovering English. She believes in the power of the mind and destiny. Sweets are her biggest addiction. Tássia is passionate about food, travel and writing about feelings and thoughts. Seniors have a big space in her heart and that's why she volunteers on a project focused on them. She loves changes and challenges, and that is what keeps her going.
In the last 20 years, thousands of startups have been able to put their bold ideas in motion through the Cloud. Apps like location, chat, food delivery, and even activities we never imagined to be digitized like dating, were not only born but operate today only because of the Cloud infrastructure.
The Chinese thinker and philosopher, Confucius said “Study the past, if you want to define the future,” It is necessary to revisit the past to understand the present, and often to discover ourselves and the context in which we live. There is history around every corner and there is change and transformation in everything human beings touch. Seattle was no different, the city we know today has been reinventing itself rapidly since the 90s and 2000s.
A report by Redfin, a real estate company, pointed to a 28.7% year over year average increase in housing rentals in 2022. Apartment List platform says that in Seattle a studio apartment or one bedroom apartment costs between $1,754 to $2,325.
Do you know which word was chosen by the Collins Dictionary as the most searched word in 2021? NFT is the answer. In November 2021, the Collins Dictionary announced that the term “NFT” (the abbreviation…
The Wood Technology Center has decided to terminate the Architectural Woodworking and Fine Furniture Making program (undergraduate certificate) which is in its last quarter.
Can you imagine a martial art with music and dance in which everyone wins? Capoeira is like that. “It is a cultural manifestation, a martial art. It's not a sport. It is not competitive, it is inclusive. There are times of ups and downs in the game, but that doesn’t mean you’ve lost or won. It gives you a circular view of events, the circle of life. Sometimes you think you are at an advantage and sometimes at a disadvantage. There is no score. It’s like life”, Reis said.