One of the things that I avoid doing during the last year of quarantine is scrolling on Facebook and watching the news. Last night I broke this rule.
I doom scrolled on Facebook for a little bit after reading the statements of a Greek TV presenter (I’m Greek by the way) about working for free as a young graduate. I think it’s less important to refer to his name, so let’s pass it on.
The reason why I’m writing this story is not that I was that shocked by this statement. In fact, in Greece, these kinds of statements…
“Showing your body and showing your skin — or not — should not take any respect away from you”, is one of the many phrases that I kept from Billie Eilish’s interview on British Vogue for June’s cover.
I first discovered this weird girl about a year and a half ago when I heard “Lovely” for the very first time. This song was enough to convince me that Billie Eilish is not just a singer or a songwriter. …
So, you took this decision in life. You want to learn how to code! By the way, this road has no return, you just keep on riding.
But the problem is that you don’t know how to persuade your friends that you’re that cool or your boss that he has to pay you extra this month for all the pain that you’re struggling with on Python, R, or any other programming language.
GitHub is a…
If you just started your first experimentation on Blender, then I feel you! I am exactly in the same place and I can relate with the side of your head which thinks that this software is a whole mess!
This reason is not enough to stop you from creating — or modeling if you prefer it this way— a 3D cup on Blender. So, by the end of this short tutorial, you will learn how to do it really quickly and thus you’ll be more than proud of your 3D skills as a beginner.
Ready for this crazy…
If you are on the trial of making money online through writing, then Medium is a great place for you.
No, I can’t guarantee you that you can make millions of dollars by writing about your experiences or any other type of content that you love, but after reading a ton of “how to succeed on Medium” stories, I’ve realized that is doable to make a living by producing content on this platform.
Does this mean that it’s easy if you are new on Medium?
The writing was always one of my passions and that’s why I decided…
One of the best ways to measure the success of a new project that you are really passionate about is just to write down your goals at the beginning of each month and the final results at the end of it.
At least that’s how I approach my new goals over the last year — the pandemic is one of the main reasons that changed my mindset. That’s also the method that I follow to track my writing presence on Medium. …
“Who is this cute old man?”, I asked myself a few days ago when I first saw Bernie Sanders. “Why he’s everywhere on social media?”
As I’m not a U.S. citizen, I had no idea who was this grey-haired man or what he does in his life. I guessed from the beginning that he’s probably a politician but I didn’t take an oath.
I Google him. Here’s what I found: 👇
A few days ago, I took a course on my Master on how to build 3D environments using Blender. I was really excited by the things that you can create using this software, so I thought that there are probably many people like me, who are absolute newcomers to 3D environments.
The focus of this article is not on how to download or install Blender on your computer — which is pretty easy by the way — but on how to learn some basic features and commands of it, even if it’s your first day using it.
It’s a wrap guys. I’m officially a graduate! Yeahhhh 👏
Four years of continuous trial, 45 courses, one painful dissertation, and hundreds of hours of studying. That’s a lot. I mean it!
Because of COVID, it was not exactly how I expected to be in 2016 when I entered University. No colorful flowers, no cap and gowns in the air, no fancy party!
Of course, the inauguration was online, like everything else the last year, and it actually lasted less than half an hour. I wore a ‘typical’ light blue shirt — I hate this look but… — and…
Let’s do a quick trip in time.
It’s March 2020. The world seems to get collapsed. COVID-19 is expanding globally in an unprecedented way. Humanity feels helpless and stupified.
Nobody is outside. The fatal virus is hidden in every corner of your country, town, city, etc. You feel that life has ended.
After the initial tremendous fear and shock, you start worrying about more specific things, like your family’s health, your own health, if you will be able to pay the bills this month, what’s going on with your job, and thousands of other smaller issues.
It was absolutely…
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