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Posts published in “Day: June 11, 2021

Ideas for a Graduation project combining ML and IOT

Hello there, I am currently a student at last year of engineering university department of electronics and communication. I am trying to specialize in two majors: “embedded systems and IOT” and “Machine Learning” and also my team are in the same two fi...

Would this be cultural appropriation?

Hey guys! I'm an illustrator/graphic designer and I'm planning on creating a new profile not related to my actual name, like "Something Studio".

I was planning on using a japanese word for the name, but afraid it might come across as cultural appropriation.

The arts/illustrations/products won't have a japanese aesthetic/japanese themed (did once an art inspired by the koi flags - koinobori - but I kinda regret it now, despite my japanese descendants friends liking it and going all "please make it into shirt" I didn't feel comfortable doing it.

I studied japanese from around 2007 to 2009 (N5 and N4) and now in 2021 I started studying again (to give a little context on why the japanese word came to my mind when brainstorming names).

Also english is not my first language, so the thought behind it was "well, if I was going to use an english word, that is not my first language, why not use a japanese one?"

Is it messed up in any way?

Any insight on this matter is appreciated 🙏✨

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New In the Charts: ASUS RT-AX86U

ASUS's RT-AX86U AX5700 Dual Band WiFi 6 Gaming Router has been tested and added to SmallNetBuilder's Wi-Fi Router Charts. It has an unusual three stream @ 2.4 GHz and four stream @ 5 GHz Broadcom-based design. But it currently ranks #1 in Wi-Fi 6 routers.

Are you?

Back in the day I lived in the jungles of Peru. I met a people there called the Machiguenga. I learned that when they greet one another, rather than ask "How are you?", they ask "Are you?" The standard response is "I am". ...

An Abortion Survivor’s Story of Forgiveness

Tonya was 13 when she became pregnant and aborted her baby.

She endeavored to move on with her life as if nothing had happened. Yet, in the weeks that followed, something still seemed to be happening inside of her. She soon discovered that she had been pregnant with twins, and one of the babies had survived the procedure. A few weeks later, Tonya gave birth to the child and put her up for adoption.

Twenty-one years later that child – now a grown adult named Claire – called the adoption agency from where she had been adopted.

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