In a globally changing world with consistent rapid developments, the need for written communication has increased. Reading is an essential part of everyday social life and is no longer an intellectual privilege, prevalent in almost every sphere of life.
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Shehar Bano Rizvi advises to stop and think about what we are doing to the planet with our increased desire of shopping more and more and wearing a new outfit at every event
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Last fall, Ewan Johnson found that getting a good night’s sleep was becoming increasingly difficult. Johnson, then a junior studying strategic communications and political science at Temple University, was juggling three jobs and leadership positions in his extracurricular clubs on top of a full cou
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Long before Netflix unveiled interactive shows like Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale, the service was experimenting with game-like techniques to keep viewers on its site. The very act of navigating the streamer was itself an elaborate strategy game.