من المشاكل اللي ممكن تواجه أي مُغترب هي الأكل. يمكن بعض المغتربين بحاولو يندمجو بشكل مُبالغ في, ويتنازلو عن كتير عادات وتقاليد من بلدهم عشان يبينو كوول, بس لما يصل الأِشي عند الإكل, بتكتشف إنّه أكل بلدك لا يُعوّض. عل أقل هيك وجهة نظري, ولا ما كنت دفعت 10 يورو (42شيكل) عشان اكل ساندويش فلافل… صحيح … More شوربه عدس + برد فنلندا
So you are uhhh ahhh Israeli? or Palestinian? Well Habibi, here is the problem… I am none. I am sort of stateless, with no concrete background and lots of ‘misleading’ documents. I never expected to have a problem defining myself to the world, it was really easy when I was a kid. I would say … More How does it feel like to have no citizenship
During the presentation, I intentionally interceded to attach the heart-rate belt to my chest. I thought it would be interesting to compare my heart-rate while presenting with my hear-rate while resting. Those are the results:
As I’ve been writing an essay about BIG DATA and the privacy issue regarding that topic, I decided to make a presentation to share some personal experiences and relate it to the topic of the presentation, BIG DATA. I believe that the more aware the users are, the less threatening Big Data becomes. Thus, I … More Final DML project
In this digital age, it became almost impossible to restrain from accessing the internet. Whereas on the other hand, it is also impossible to access the internet without having your device bugged. The purpose of this post is not to push you to live in a constant state of PARANOIA -even though it could be a … More Data Collection, a follow up.
Data Diary, carry a diary and try to figure out what and who is collecting data about you. E.g: Who and what produced the data? Where was, the data produced? At al-Container checkpoint: Surveillance cameras produced the data License plate identification, Facial recognition, and speed capturing. It was captured by advanced digital cameras. The date … More Data collection. The Quanitified/ Surveilled self(DML ASSIGNEMENT)
I’ve been to Amman around 10 times already. Yet, I’ve never had any interesting encounters over there. I only saw malls, cafes, and traffic. Last visit was different though, I asked my friend who lives there to take me to down-town Amman, and I suggested that we start a Dérive. We agreed on two simple rules. … More A Dérive in Amman