Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Monday, January 24, 2011
Posted by Nae Nonchalant at 7:47 AM
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Question of the Day: Do you think using cell phones too much is bad for our physical or mental health? Why?
I believe that cell phones can be bad for physical and mental health depending on the usage of it. I believe that cell phones can sometimes close doors towards physical contact between people. It may cause people to become anti-social. Not wanting to have any physical contact with people. They may want to be more secluded and to themselves. Others who may over due the usage of their cell phones may catch eye problems getting older due to constant use. Or they may even get arthritis between their fingers and hands.
Posted by Nae Nonchalant at 8:10 AM
Thursday, January 6, 2011
Question of the Day: What are you planning to do to make 2011 the best year ever in school, at home and in the rest of your life?
To make 2011 "the best year" i will do whatever it takes to graduate being that this is originally my graduating year. I am willing to do what it takes as far as doing school work and homework and making up any missed work to build up my GPA and gain as many credits as possible.
Posted by Nae Nonchalant at 3:59 PM
the most important feature of a computer would have to be the battery life. I believe everyone wants a computer that doesn't die. Of course this isn't yet possible so i think there should be a way other than the charger to preserve the battery life even longer.
Posted by Nae Nonchalant at 7:55 AM
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Question of the Day: Do you think that learning should be fun? Do you learn more or less when learning is fun? Why?
yes i do believe that learning should be fun. Most people like to do things that are fun and would most likely be more interested in something that is fun more so than boring. At least i would be. If people find that something is boring, they would probably lack in it. I feel that is why some teens fail their classes in school. They need something to grab their attention while learning.
Posted by Nae Nonchalant at 7:58 AM