I was inspired by the unconventional style in which the “Box Logic” section by Geoffrey Sirc. Prior to meeting with my wonderful partner, Hind, I attempted to mimic the unconventional box-logic formatting… check out my attempt to break the barriers of traditional formatting in the Scoop handout.
I remember reading books like Redwall, Indian in the Cupboard, and Boxcar Children. Somehow, these books seem so light-hearted and innocent compared to the YA hits of today (Harry Potter and Hunger Games).
SHATTER ME is an electrifying dystopian debut filled with pulse-pounding romance, intoxicating villainy, and high-stakes choices, Tahereh Mafi presents a world as riveting as the Hunger Games and a superhero story as thrilling as the X-Men.
The meaning of the N.S.A.’s scandalous data-gathering programs—and of the Big Data mindset they represent.
The idea of a government monitoring and sifting through virtually all electronic communications was once a dystopian, sci-fi fantasy. Within the past two decades, it became a technical possibility. In the past several years, it became a suspicion. Now, it may be at least close to the truth ....
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