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Innovation, Technology
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I wish to expand my knowledge on my field of study being electrical and computer engineering,so as to make an improvement in the world of technology.

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Manufacturing to Obsolescence in Engineering

Posted on September 10, 2016 at 8:25am 4 Comments

Manufacturing to Obsolescence

          Manufacturing to obsolescence explains the major reason why advancement in technology and engineering brings about substandard products into the market.
Obsolescence is a state which occurs manly in manufacturing industries where an object, service or practise…
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How to cope with stress at school

Posted on April 4, 2015 at 3:26pm 0 Comments

anyijonathan.blogspot.comMany find it so hard adapting to school

environment, a good number of these due to

stress have quit school. Factors that influence stress: 1) Upcoming test 2) Homework 3) Assignments 4) Parents high expectations 5) Living up to your own expectations( hoping for a good cumulative grade point) 6) Bullying and(or) sexual harassment 7) Personal limitations. Basically one or more of the listed…

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making a better use of the internet

Posted on April 2, 2015 at 11:52am 0 Comments

recently the internet have proved to be the fastest means of communication to people around the world.indeed very impresive but the fact is that there have always been negative sides. of the internet' actually making good use of the internet is still possible via research...

recently i opened a blog anyijonathan.blogspot.com. where i share information with the world... its really amazeing to know that irrespective of the moral degrading good can still be done with the internet.

WHEN SCIENCE MEETS THE WORLD

Posted on December 22, 2014 at 11:23am 0 Comments

  Anyi jonathan

 (Age 20, Nigeria)

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Lagos state university (lasu).

 

               WHEN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MEETS THE WORLD

        As I am typing this article, I have been thinking, if computer was never created in the past century, will I be able to type this piece of essay by using MS WORD to take part in this competition? Without the great invention of WORLD WIDE…

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