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Hello world, this is only the beginning!

Updated: Apr 17, 2021

Wow, come to think of it, this is the first time I diligently attempt to compose a blog, so I’m sort of just winging’ it right now, but nonetheless, I’m confident in my ability to shed light and get my point across (I think) haha. One disclaimer before I start with an intro, is I tend to write a lot which can either be a good or bad thing depending on what lens/paradigm you adopt. So I’m holding myself accountable here to try to be as succinct and to the point as I can so I don't lull you off to sleep, fingers crossed! Any who, enough of my jibber jabber and lets get the ball rolling! My name is Nayla and I’m a third year accounting and finance student with a thirst for knowledge and intellectual conversations in facets that include but are not limited to: The prevailing use of technology in the 21st century, moral relativism, historical figures distilling the consequences of the industrial revolution and in turn, technology, and a whole lot more! The purpose of this blog is to shed light on potent figures and concepts that essentially lead us closer to the truth about technology and all it entails, with hopes of enlightening whilst getting you viewers talking and conversing with us on potential solutions to this ever growing problem. I’m eager to see what’ll unfold and might I say, this is only the beginning.

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