Thoughts from Ethan
By Ethan Smith on November 22, 2012
Whoa? There’s life at Smithtopia? Why of course there is! Hold on to your hat, because quite frankly there’s no telling what will come up in this post. So let’s just get right into it, shall we? My last blog post was 2 months ago, September 19th. So where have I been since then? Right [...]
By Ethan Smith on June 24, 2012
Hello all, If you have been hoping for new content lately, I am truly sorry that this blog has let you down. I have been incredibly busy these past few days resulting in a bout of inactivity, and for the first time since I started this blog in April, I missed a Friday YouTube Digest. [...]
By Ethan Smith on May 28, 2012
May 28, 2012. Memorial Day in the United States of America. A day to reflect on the many individuals who have paid the ultimate price while protecting the freedoms that we take for granted every day.
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By Ethan Smith on May 22, 2012
It seems as if Smithtopia has become a wasteland the past few days, and I must ask you to pardon my absence. Traffic has flatlined, and of course there’s been no new content on my part. I guess it happens though. Blogging, while more fun than writing for school, still carries with it a tendency [...]
By Ethan Smith on May 12, 2012
In this research-based post, I outline the importance of the issue of Internet censorship across the globe and why it could eventually be relevant in the United States as well.
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