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Antisocial Notneworking -> Uncloud

Since this class promotes to be all about the “cloud” thought this app might be an interesting on to post here, as you may have gathered from the opposite from normal title, this app is called UnCloud. “unCloud is an application … Continue reading

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The site started 2012…I wonder if they can really support a yottabyte!? ;p “When storage, computing and networks are virtualized, the “software data center,” or “the cloud,” is fully realized. Yottabyte’s software data center solution enables businesses and cloud service … Continue reading

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The Stop Light Sketch

After browsing through the sample programs on we started thinking of ideas that pulled multiple of the programs together. We both liked the bouncing ball and wanted to try and manipulate it’s shape while it moved. After discovering the … Continue reading

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Infrastructure of Starfruit in Michigan

Today consumers go to the grocery stores and can buy almost any item they would like. Specifically for fruits, we can find blueberries, strawberries, bananas and even starfruit for a majority of the year. But how do these fruits get … Continue reading

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Graphing Beyond Excel…

As data continues to be collected and technology continues to increase our ability to collect much much more of it…potentially a yotta of it (1e24); our ability to read, understand and make meaning from the data becomes increasingly important! There is a new … Continue reading

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Research Statement Reaction

“The research enterprise of a leading academic institution is a complex system of human, physical and digital infrastructures that functions to support the production of new knowledge and the advancement and training of research practitioners” When I first read this … Continue reading

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