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Harvardian blogosphere shutdown

It’s sad that is shutting down. There, I can easily find interesting blogs from people at Harvard. It says in full: After a successful twenty-year run, we are decommissioning the platform effective June 30, 2023 in order to pivot to new challenges at the Berkman Klein Center in a time when blogging platforms are ubiquitous and […]

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Business Rhetoric Writing

I never thought there are writing techniques. Using those techniques, I have become a much better writer. I learned those rhetorical techniques by taking expository writing classes such as EXPO-15, and primarily EXPO-34. I am planning to take other EXPO classes as well. In EXPO-34, which is Business Rhetorics, I learned many things, among which […]

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When I Will Have to Come to Harvard

Today, we ended the class a little bit earlier than scheduled due to some circumstances. Actually, the class I got assigned to is a mix of students from 4 different classes namely the ICP, U1, U2 and U3. Students from U1 needed to leave 20 minutes earlier, as such, I have to call it a […]

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5 years in a message

It is not that I am a defeatist when I wrote that life is about accumulating pain. There is no denying in that. What we do instead, is to lessen such a pain. We invented medicine, technology, and even cured the meats and add that tomato cheese flavor to that pizza so we can be […]

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Living, accumulating pain

What makes you happy? Eating foods? Traveling? Reading books? And what makes you sad? What makes you …in pain? JK Rowling tried to visualize pain in the form of dementor. Absorbing every single piece of peace out of you. I used to think it is weak to talk about our pains. It’s mellow. Emo. Not a […]

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I am here!

Hi there! Hi, WordPress. Hi, the World. And Hi, Harvard. First of all, my name is Adam Notodikromo. Actually, that’s my nom de plume, although, really, I have been hoping that to be my real name. But, “what’s in a name?” right? Juliet rhetorically asked Romeo. She argued further, “that which we call a rose, by […]

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