Eclectic Nerdology

COLLEGE ASPIRATIONS - Sociology degree - Multimedia Studies - Africana Studies - Ultimately research the cultural and academic significance of the foodways, creative arts, and history of African continental and diasporan people in the past and present while creating new pathways for the future. What do I hope to accomplish this summer: - Get A's in all online classes - Find an affordable apartment - Be employed full time - Find productive extracurricular activities HOBBIES/INTERESTS: BOOKS - Historical Fiction, Mysteries, Sci-Fiction, Autobiographies/Biographies MOVIES - Historical Fiction, Sci-Fiction/Fantasy, Adventure, "Sentimental" TV SHOWS - Comedy, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Drama MUSIC - Neo-soul, Afrofuturistic, Alternative R&B, Alternative Rock, Dancehall, Funk, Hip Hop ACTIVITIES: Reading, writing poetry/short stories/essay reviews, eating good food and making smoothies
Eclectic Nerdology has written 5 posts for EclecticNerdism

Weekly Photo Challenge: Descent

Originally posted on The Panama Adventure:
Weekly Photo challenge: Descent  This week, show us your interpretation of descent — experiment with your point of view and angle, or go even deeper with the theme. There is an old abandoned water tower in our area, and one day Joel and I crawled in to take some…

Kermit the Frog gives a TEDx Talk, and Twitter loves it

Originally posted on TED Blog:
Kermit surprised the audience at TEDxJackson. Photo: @kaotate Twitter was ablaze yesterday with some interesting news: Kermit the Frog had just become the first frog (albeit puppet) to give a TEDx Talk. On Thursday afternoon, the green superstar hopped on over to Jackson, Mississippi, to give a standing-ovation-grabbing talk at…

Olympic fencer Kamara James dead at 29

Rest in Peace Kamara…

What Fabien Cousteau learned from living underwater for 31 days

Originally posted on ideas.ted.com:
Ocean exploration has been the Cousteau family business for three generations. In this fascinating Q&A, aquanaut Fabien Cousteau discusses everything from why we need underwater cities to what it’s like to beat your grandfather’s world record. In 1963, Jacques Cousteau lived for 30 days in an underwater laboratory positioned…

October Fall Content Contest

Originally posted on Toluna:
Hello members, It’s a new month and time for a new contest! During the month of October, we’re challenging you to create the most popular poll or topic in the community about the fall season. Share your thoughts about autumn, the changing season or upcoming holidays and be entered to win…

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