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”Week of CONFESSION”

Well, if you would spend some time by reading  my blogs, I bet that in every single one of them you could find phrase “to be honest”. Yes, while I am writing my blogs I always try to express how I feel and always try to show to audience the way I think. Because, in my opinion, it is really important to make your blog interesting for person who reads that. And there is nothing better than just to be honest. You do not have experience about topic that you have to write about? Well, just tell it. “I have to write about it, but I have no clue what is the meaning of it.” Afterwards, you do research and at the end you just have clear vision what you have to talk about. And yes, to be honest, I had it almost every single week. And now it is week 7! Just a different thing from other week’s blogs, that this week we could call ”CONFESSION WEEK”. Groups almost reached their final presentations with their NGO projects. Only few things have to be done until reaching the end of the end.

”Confession week” and why I call it like that? In this week’s blogs we have to honestly admit what we have learned from this course? What we have learned about online communities? Networks?  What NGO project gave to us? So tell me now, you would not call it “week of confession”? I bet you will!!

I will start from myself. When we started by writing personal blogs I really did not get the point what it will give for  us? Or for me? But week after week blog’s prompts were changing and every week it was more and more challenging. It was not just answering questions or sharing my own experience. It was more like getting knowledge about online communities, Networks and etc. Because every week before I started to write my personal blogs, first thing what I always did was researches about topics that I have to talk about. Moreover, I learned not only by doing researches but also I learned a lot from my classmates as well. Every week I tried to read all group’s blogs and try to collect important information. For example, from my team I learned  a lot about Crowdfunding or Crowdsourcing.

With project communities we started easy. I mean we started from sharing our knowledge about our favorite tools and Networks. Then we moved more forward with  NGO’s Networks. We continued with Stewardship and Online Social Communities. Teamwork and how to improve it? More forward Crowdfunding Networks. And look now at us, we are in week 7! Time just ran away, it is hard to imagine how much I learned during 7 weeks. For me it looks like that just now tools, Networks opened their doors for me and asked to join the wide online communities.

Talking what I learned from online communities, I could say that I never thought that Online Communities could have such a big influence for creators or designers. For example, our NGO Carl - Peter, I think, is great person and amazing designer/architect full of even more amazing ideas in his head. For example, in our real meeting with him he gave us his passive house project visions, he shared his knowledge about morphological design and even more interesting facts. Besides that, he also talked how important is online communities where he can share his knowledge and thoughts with audience by getting reflected on his thoughts back from his audience. I never imagined that tools or Networks could play such a big role in designers or innovators lifes. Basically, by using online communities designers could find out their target groups, share their ideas and be reflected on them. They can see by using tools or Networks if their idea is working and if it is worth for realization.

Secondly, Teamwork. It was one of important things what I learned during this course. Match days, hours. Share tasks, split roles. Have meetings or hangouts. At first I thought that it will be impossible. We are all totally different with totally different free time and I thought that it will affect our team’s work.  By today I am really happy, because every time, every week we found place for our meetings. Task splitting just worked perfectly. In conclusion, I could admit that teamwork’s lesson we learned pretty well.

One of my team mates our NGO project compared with a rollercoaster. That all our trip from beginning till the end was full of ups and downs. I could not agree more than this. We started our NGO project with clear vision what we have to do, even more what Carl - Peter, our NGO expect from us for the results. In a halfway our project have been changed into totally different sphere. At the end all group’s BAM posts were full of shout outs about “sexy insulation” and how we should make it happen.??!!  We were confused, stressed and unconfident by what we supposed to do. At the last minute before holidays we had a meeting in which like grown up adults we took ourselves into a hands and came up with solutions and ideas. Hope that from now on we will move forward even faster, final is so close!! That was also one of few examples that teamwork is actually really important if you want to reach your groups goals.

At the end, I would like to say that this course of Project Communities opened my eyes for new possibilities in Online Communities. Opened my mind that tools and Networks is not just all about Facebook and Youtube. I learned that Online communities could play really big role for creators or for us, totally fresh open innovators. I am looking forward to get even more experience and that it will help me to grow together with the world.

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Technological adrenaline rush

So, this roller coaster is closing in to its end. It’s not a surprise that this ride has almost reached it’s 80% mark; roller coasters usually go by fast and exciting. So far, this one has been one heck of a ride…with all the ups and downs, twists and turns; but the ride has got to have its unforgettable ending right? Well that is still to come.

We have come to the point where our vision for this project has changed so many times, that we have lost track of where our tracks’ destination lies. That is why this is the time where we are supposed to stand still, look at ourselves and our progress and question ourselves once again; it’s time to dig back to the roots of the course. What are the learning goals of this project? Of course, number one would be team work. As in the design world I feel like this is not the right place to work as a one man’s field. Like I mentioned over and over, this is one of the things I do feel strongly about. The next thing would be working with online communities. Why? Just like what Nancy said in our meeting, people tend to have a high degree of knowledge of social media for personal use, however, we have not have much experience with using them for professional purposes.

So reflecting on our project so far, are we right on track? I think we are headed the right direction, but because of some obstacles leaving us all with blurred visions, resulting in a bit of an off track course. But because our whole team has realized this, we sat down and discussed our goal once again. By doing this, our team created an time overview of how many week we have left, and what the eventual result is of what we would like to present to our NGO. We now have all divided the tasks, mainly focusing on how we could advise our NGO, with the help of online communities to improve his image and business. Not surprisingly, many of the courses we are currently taking in this module came up. This had a bit to do with personal branding, as we concluded that his image and brand does not specifically help and fulfill his wants and desires for his business; and also cultural differences, as his ideal target audience is the whole of Europe, where he has to rethink how cultural differences can influence what one things of his idea of morphological design and insulation being attractive and desirable.

Designing has a two sided purpose in my vision; one in which is the visual aspect of design, and the other to be designing as a part of the system to fulfill a function in the world. In our world today, the online network plays a great role in almost everything. To me, I feel like the online community is a space where designers can seek for help, support, ideas, and basically all they need for their concept creation or for its concept realization. Connecting this all to our project, I think the way that we have to make use of online communities for BouwQuest is for its marketing purposes. A group member explained how he had used social media sites to advertise his ‘company’, and just by putting it up for a couple of days the amount of views and likes that he has created is astonishing. This is where what I wrote as a response to my previous blog post comes in. Subliminal advertising. There has been many experiments done, showing us how our everyday interaction effects our actions and judgments subconsciously. One in which, is this video in the following link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7i8N5SKzRtI&channel=UltimateMinds . In this video, it is shown to us how the interaction with the outside world could affect us. However, in today’s world, since the internet plays such a great role, and could be used specifically to target certain audiences, therefore, why not advertise these ideas and concepts online? Even if people would not consciously take in the information and ideas, there’s a chance they will subconsciously and this could help advertisers in a positive way.

After 7 weeks of exploring the online community, it has opened my eyes to how much more possibilities are out there than I had initially thought. I was aware of the online community for professional uses, however I was never fond of the idea, as I always had the idea that it was slightly unprofessional, as the online world was only used for personal uses in my world. That is not the case anymore. There is so much to not only learn, but also to give, and I would like to make full use of this in the future, as this is practically a gift to be living in this generation of technology. 

In short, this project has given me the technical adrenaline to continue on not only this roller coaster, but the many more to come, to utilize what technology beholds.

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"A bone to the dog is not charity. Charity is the bone shared with the dog, when you are just as hungry as the dog." - Jack London

If we interpret this quote not only as helping the poor or ill, but instead interpret this as a charity of information, knowledge and ideas, this could be a sum of the image of how and why online communities are successful; by sharing.

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This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: It's my bubble

New World

Sometimes I wonder, is it just me or it is the world that transforming so fast? Five years ago I saw my father went to a contractor gathering every Sunday back in Indonesia, when I asked why he said it is important to him to maintain a good relationship in order to enlarge his working communities and also to expand his knowledge in the field of construction. Now once again I have a chance to see the work of someone in the same working field as my father, my NGO Bouwquest. But what I see now is completely different from five years ago. Nowadays every single thing is done online, including creating networks. Carl Peter (CEO and founder of Bouwquest) doesn’t have to go anywhere every Sunday just to see people and talk about things that related to his work (designer, architect, house construction). He does it every day in his laptop through what we called forums, portals, social media, etc. His major online platform (for his work) is his website http://www.bouwquest.nl , but he also use his social media like Facebook and Twitter as a campaign tools about his latest design, besides he also create an architecture portal called http://www.passreg.eu In the last meeting with him (which we’ve done online as well) I asked this question “why do you have so many different online tools?” then he answered “why not? I want to reach more and more people, also we have to adapt to the world we live now”. At that moment his word zap my mind, it is very true. So I pulled the red line and I come with this conclusion:

  1. First it is important to keep up with this world, if the world done it digitally so do we have to done it as well, so we don’t left behind, so we have enough resources, so we can blend into the communities.
  2. Second it is important to have different online platforms. Imagine this online platforms as your hands, the more hands you have the more things you can reach at the same time. Carl peter can attract younger generation with his Facebook and Twitter, while at the same time he can gathered more ideas through his architecture portal.
  3. Last but not least it is important to show your existence in all those online platforms. You may have hundred different online communities but It is useless if you’re not contributing anything or at least checking them regularly (posting ideas, reply post, tweeting, etc)

Furthermore there is one thing that I learned as well from my NGO, the importance of visual design in your platform. Bouwquest Facebook pages (https://www.facebook.com/pages/BouwQuest) only have 6 likes so far, while T&T (https://www.facebook.com/TTNGONews) Facebook pages have more than 700 likes. If you visit the link below you can see the difference, T&T have more structured and visual centered pages, while Bouwquest pages seems to be flat and plain. This is one of the design principle that I would keep in my mind.

Finally, in the future I would love to go deeper into Crowdfunding, how to make a good campaign, what aspect to be present, who is the target donator, and stuff like that. Ideas may be the key for a good innovator, but we can’t deny the fact that to realize some ideas we need financial support, and sometimes it’s impossible to rely on our money box.

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New World

Sometimes I wonder, is it just me or it is the world that transforming so fast? Five years ago I saw my father went to a contractor gathering every Sunday back in Indonesia, when I asked why he said it is important to him to maintain a good relationship in order to enlarge his working communities and also to expand his knowledge in the field of construction. Now once again I have a chance to see the work of someone in the same working field as my father, my NGO Bouwquest. But what I see now is completely different from five years ago. Nowadays every single thing is done online, including creating networks. Carl Peter (CEO and founder of Bouwquest) doesn’t have to go anywhere every Sunday just to see people and talk about things that related to his work (designer, architect, house construction). He does it every day in his laptop through what we called forums, portals, social media, etc. His major online platform (for his work) is his website http://www.bouwquest.nl , but he also use his social media like Facebook and Twitter as a campaign tools about his latest design, besides he also create an architecture portal called http://www.passreg.eu In the last meeting with him (which we’ve done online as well) I asked this question “why do you have so many different online tools?” then he answered “why not? I want to reach more and more people, also we have to adapt to the world we live now”. At that moment his word zap my mind, it is very true. So I pulled the red line and I come with this conclusion:

  1. First it is important to keep up with this world, if the world done it digitally so do we have to done it as well, so we don’t left behind, so we have enough resources, so we can blend into the communities.
  2. Second it is important to have different online platforms. Imagine this online platforms as your hands, the more hands you have the more things you can reach at the same time. Carl peter can attract younger generation with his Facebook and Twitter, while at the same time he can gathered more ideas through his architecture portal.
  3. Last but not least it is important to show your existence in all those online platforms. You may have hundred different online communities but It is useless if you’re not contributing anything or at least checking them regularly (posting ideas, reply post, tweeting, etc)

Furthermore there is one thing that I learned as well from my NGO, the importance of visual design in your platform. Bouwquest Facebook pages (https://www.facebook.com/pages/BouwQuest) only have 6 likes so far, while T&T (https://www.facebook.com/TTNGONews) Facebook pages have more than 700 likes. If you visit the link below you can see the difference, T&T have more structured and visual centered pages, while Bouwquest pages seems to be flat and plain. This is one of the design principle that I would keep in my mind.

Finally, in the future I would love to go deeper into Crowdfunding, how to make a good campaign, what aspect to be present, who is the target donator, and stuff like that. Ideas may be the key for a good innovator, but we can’t deny the fact that to realize some ideas we need financial support, and sometimes it’s impossible to rely on our money box.

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Alex Bamford – Sleepwalking http://www.alexbamford.com/





Alex Bamford - Sleepwalking

http://www.alexbamford.com/

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This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Something's in Claire

What the online communities gave me

Almost one and half month ago that I started a Tumblr. Now one more blog post is remained in the project community. Due to this, I feel time flies really fast. 

Using online communities and networks more and more, I’ve realized the ocean of information is too large to know everything in there. The most important thing about using them in innovative design is sharing design and huge data with others from diverse fields. Sharing ideas makes other designers can get inspiration, moreover, that inspiration stimulates them possible to create another thing. 

Online networks are hubs for the designers. By interacting with together, they know each other and have a relationship. It sounds so awesome knowing each other designers from Europe, America, even from the Antarctica haha. For instance, recently, I became a friend with one of my favorite photographer ‘Alex Bamford’ (find some his works, especially sleep walking, those are so nice) through Facebook. We  had a simple talk through Facebook messenger and it was amazing experience for me. I think I’m lucky one, because I’m living in the real world a few of the people imagined but the most of people didn’t believe. 

 One and half month could be long, but also could be short, so I couldn’t do the research about the online communities and networks enough, but knowing about crowdsourcing & crowd funding platforms as specific was a big harvest for me. Since I start studying in IDE, I’ve considered running my own business, however raising fund was the biggest obstacle. However, now I know some crowd funding platforms such as Kick-starter. Some possibilities of my own business are put in front of me.

I have, also, changed the point of view about social network sites studying this course. Before I had a quite pessimistic thought about those networks, furthermore, about the system that people have to see the others life which they are not really interested. However, now I think if more I know how, better I could use the networks. There are some nice functions, designers put already for the users, in the social network sites but users like me, don’t know, since studying about them is annoying. 

This lesson gave me to think about what is good design. I don’t think pretty well designed layout or wonderful UI design are all about good design. Based on the various communication and interaction with people in the communities, optimizing the networks for users is a significant point of the design.

Lastly, well, it is not completely about the design itself, but I want to learn about patent problems and how to keep originality beside of that. As we can see from the patent war with Apple and Samsung, keeping originality in this world of big data is difficult enough. Even though there are many license marks in the online platforms (Tumblr also!), not many people check them seriously. I sometimes skip to check it and download and upload the data. 

The ‘ocean’, which is called ‘network’, is really huge with a variety of things, but only a person who is well prepared and brave can survive. And I’m living in here.

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image from the movie ‘Life of Pi’

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Think Forward & Look Back

It’s unbelievable, but we have almost reached the end of the first block. Time went really fast! There is still much to do though and we have to focus on moving forward, but before that let’s take a look at the last couple of weeks!

In one of the first blogs I stated that I wanted to learn about online communities and networks, and how they could contribute to the design process. What can I say about this after seven weeks? Online communities can help in several ways actually. As a designer you can use the online communities and networks to harvest information for your project (so it’s knowledge). You can use communities to create awareness and even raise funding for your project (crowd funding)! You can let other people be creative with you to get more and different insights (crowdsourcing). I think these are the most useful parts of how online communities can contribute to your project or how you could help other designers. But online communities can be used for a lot more than only design, they also can be used for entertainment, sharing and contribution. 

Though using online communities can be difficult and you could say that there are some rules / guidelines / principles (through my experience)! The most difficult part of online communities is teamwork. If you use online communities or networks for your design project and rely on others on the internet (usually online there are a lot of people). It is hard to manage good cooperation and communication. So the first principle is good communication is essential for good teamwork. On to the second! In one of my earlier post I stated the importance of contribution. Without contribution Wikipedia wouldn’t exist, without contribution of people communities don’t exist. So second principle is definitely that, for online communities to assist in the design process the contribution of members is essential. 

Of course this is not all I have learned last weeks, I learned a lot more in-depth information about crowdsourcing, crowd funding and how teams work. But this information was most directed at online communities. The next thing I’m very interested in, is related to personal branding and also to the last and fourth theme; Marketing! Since the world wide web is such an enormous place, how do you stand out? How can other people find you, since it is like being a needle in a haystack (if not worse!). For starting up a new company it is essential to know about traditional and digital marketing, because the supply is so enormous. 

Due to this course I started using twitter again. I didn’t really post, but I used twitter to follow our NGO and TED. I really fell in love with TED, because there are so many interesting videos to see! There are also videos about marketing, so I hope to learn from them in the future. And of course during the study here at IDE!

Thanks for reading!

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This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Design Online by Stefan de oude.

Jelly, jam and preserves

OK, it’s already week 7. Setting aside panic about final result and thinking of what is on my mental shelves that wasn’t there 2 months ago.

In Shahab’s Prezi about multimedia presentation, he had a storyboard example about peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. I loved the detailed ideas, including that you should probably explain the difference between jelly, jam and preserves.

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Jam - made of whole fruit cut into pieces or crushed then heated with water and sugar /Wikipedia/

Maybe it all was there, only it was pushed to the back, covered in dust and the label faded a little bit too, to the point where you are not sure what’s in that suspiciously looking jar. Yesterday I couldn’t remember what the 4P’s were, and I have a degree in Advertising! Gosh, that was embarrassing. So I learned that if I care about something, if I think I will use it in the future, then I should keep it in the forefront and use that knowledge before the shelf life expires. RSS is a great way to do that. I will make it a habit to subscribe for interesting websites (such as Beth Kanter’s one) on social media marketing and read it during breakfast, instead of re-watching my favourite show.

Preserve - a jam made of fruit stewed in sugar; often the making of conserves can be trickier than making a standard jam, having to cook in the hot sugar mixture for just enough time to allow the flavor to be extracted from the fruit. /Wikipedia, edited/

One thing had been certainly mislabeled in my head: teamwork. I was chatting with a former classmate the other day, and I mentioned this project. She immediately replied: “I always hated teamwork”. I guess she and I had the same experiences. In Hungary, this would look like: in a group of 5, one usually has a full time job and can’t be bothered to attend meetings or do anything for the project, two have terrible ideas but are so bossy you stop contradicting them after a while, and two care about the project in the beginning, but that enthusiasm seeps away in the dysfunctional team. The end result is something the latter two forged in a last attempt to make their grade a pass.

I learned that it doesn’t have to be like that. Even though with a team of 7, planning a meeting is a nightmare in its own right, the work we’ve done together was certainly not. It helps a lot if everyone on the team has the same goals and if everyone understands that it is a team. This setup even reduced my tendency to take over every task, just because I think I am the only one who will not make a complete mess of it. It is trickier indeed than just managing my own schedule and completing a project on my own, but the result is more delicious too, because it is made of different fruits.

Jelly - a clear or translucent fruit spread made from sweetened fruit (or vegetable) juice and is set by using its naturally occurring pectin. /Wikipedia/

I learned about networks and online communities, and how amazingly available people are to help you if you only reach out. The trick here is that you have to have something to say, as clearly and translucently as jelly! It doesn’t hurt if the content is juicy, ie. if there is potential in it to go viral. In this case, the pectin, erm, community support will occur naturally.

So, these are the occupants of my shelves right now, and I must add that the shelf itself also became more solid thanks to the structure of the course. Every topic is a new shelf, and some things (like crowdfunding) definitely didn’t have their own dwelling place in my mind before.

The next step? I would like to learn more about viral campaigns. I have seen some rise and fall, and some just fall plainly on their faces before they even caught on. It sometimes seems like you cannot plan a “virus”, but I suspect it is possible. I am going to research this topic further.

Also, video making comes across in all of our classes, so the next weeks are largely going to be about that. I already have some experience in photography, video editing and presentation techniques, but I’m sure my teammates will surprise me with what they have.

It’s autumn! Happy shelving!

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Crowd Fun Thing / Crowdfunding / Crowdsourcing

Just because of my unplanned trip home, unfortunately, I missed fifth Project Communities’  lecture. However, I tried to follow all information and do researches about what I missed. Apparently, week’s 5 theme was Crowdfunding/Crowsourcing. Immediately I got soooo many questions jumped in my head. What is that?! What is the difference between these two Networks?? How it works?? and etc.  I think, these questions appeared in my head, just because I thought that I never faced crowdfunding/sourcing in real life. However, in this week’s blog I would like to share my experience of these two important tools. But for now, I would like to start from MY OWN knowledge about crowdfunding/sourcing and how it looks from my point of view.

Firstly, let’s talk about Crowd Sourcing. There are enormous amount of tools where people can go and share their ideas about new projects or innovations. In my opinion, for designer, creator or innovator it is really important to share their ideas with wide world. You can play big role for people as an inspirational icon. You can face your mistakes or moreover, you can grow and improve yourself faster than others, who does not use this big opportunity - Crowsourcing! Although, there are some exceptions, for example our NGO company raise awareness for comunity about their projects and designs in their own company’s page. Also, collaboration in real life with designers, engineers, architects for Carl - Peter, company’s owner, main architect, works better than Crowdsourcing. It is faster, more clear and more professional. As an all tools, Networks, Crouwdsourcing have some disadvantages as well, for example, Crowdsourcing could be not that professional, as for people who really wants to move forward into more professional sphere.

Crowdfunding I found as a second step after Crowdsourcing. Why? I think at first, you share your idea. It is like find a place for your product in market, you find out your customers:  who are they  interested in? What average age your target is? And after your research you use Crowdfunding to raise budget to bring your idea to the real life. People starts to donate money in small increments to a project which they believe has moral and ethical value that is good for the community. For example, around six months ago I was introduced with, I think, biggest Crowdfunding tool - Kickstarter. Since then I am obsessed with this amazing tool. It is incredible how many young creators, designers could share their ideas with community and moreover be donated by community. Then innovator understands, if people donate money, it means that their idea is worth something and that it took people’s attention.

Talking about my own experience, in high school with in group of 5-6 student we came up with idea to built a cinema in our school. Idea was to show movies every Friday in the afternoon. We thought that it maybe would take students attention and we could distract them from harmful activities and bring everyone together. At first we discussed our plans with teachers, we were curious what they think about it. Second step we did, we created facebook page and posted blogs about our new idea. Most important we did not promise to students anything. We tried to get their attention and to see what they think about it. We were not sure if it is really going to work. After a few weeks our page, if I can call it ” crowdsourcing tool “was full of comments with offers, which movie to show and with questions, when we will open school ‘s cinema. Feeling was amazing. To be honest, at that time we did not even have cinema in our city so it made everyone even more  excited.

We decided to take a risk and start our project. We faced one of the biggest problems, as I think, most of the creators face. We did not have budged, but at the same time we wanted to bring our idea to the real life. We thought we could sell tickets to the movie, but then again, we would break copy right laws. One of the students came up with brilliant idea that now I would call it Crowdfunding. We announced in our page that students, teachers and parents have to donate unlimited amount of money to one of our students bank account. We wrote that you can start your donation from 0.10 cents till 5 litas. The fun part that Crowd funding actually worked. Most of the people who donated was parents, who thought, that we are bringing idea which could affect our small community in a good way. Now it is third year tradition, cinema is still working in our school every Friday!! To be honest, I can not see disadvantages of Crowdfunding. It is all about Crowd and Fun!!

Greetings,

Lina

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Linguistics is cool

In English, we just say: “I went to school”, “I travelled to Manchester”. In Hungarian we use prefixes to show direction. For example, if I am going from the capital to the countryside, I would say “I’m going down”, while going to Budapest would be “going up”. Some people who do live in the countryside find this offensive and they even mockingly say they “go down to Budapest”. 

When I was studying in Hungary, I had to travel more than an hour to get to my college. It was definitely “going out to school”. But now, whenever I go to THU, I feel like I enter a buzzing world of exchange and activity. So now I “go in to school” every day. 

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Group BAM Blogs
  1. Christian's Innovation christian-yomed-perwira.tumblr.com
  2. Design Online by Stefan de oude. stefandeoude.tumblr.com
  3. It's my bubble chius-bubble.tumblr.com
  4. Maartje.. mrcortvriend.tumblr.com
  5. Project Adventures by E.Chrobacsinszky chrobi-e.tumblr.com
  6. Something's in Claire clairo111cho.tumblr.com
  7. Untitled blog-lina-things.tumblr.com

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