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Changing How We Learn: AI’s Impact on Education Evolution

In the vast journey of human progress, education emerges as an unwavering constant, dynamically adapting across the ages. From the dawn of civilization, groundbreaking innovations have consistently reshaped how we acquire knowledge, creating seismic shifts in our approach to learning…. Continue Reading →

Can We Stop This “U Ijja Mhux Xorta!” Mentality?

In the landscape of Maltese society, a troubling mindset seems to persist—a mentality that accepts mediocrity, justifies wrong decisions, and perpetuates a cycle of subpar actions. The phrase “u iva mhux xorta” encapsulates this attitude, reflecting a willingness to cut… Continue Reading →

Unleashing the Power of Delegation: A Catalyst for Professional Growth and Collective Success

Let’s delve into a skill that resonates in the heart of every professional’s journey – delegation. As we navigate the intricate tapestry of our careers, one thing becomes abundantly clear: time is a precious commodity in our fast-paced world. I… Continue Reading →

Dare to Deviate: Navigating the Nonconformist Path to Joy

In the labyrinth of routine, where conformity masquerades as contentment, there exists a profound paradox: countless souls, tethered to the mundane, yearn for boundless joy. It’s a narrative woven into the fabric of our society – the relentless pursuit of… Continue Reading →

Unleashing the Power of Travel: Elevate Your Mind, Ignite Your Soul, and Explore the World

Embracing the wonders of travel has always been my way of breaking free from the grind, discovering fresh perspectives, and meeting incredible souls along the way. There’s something truly magical about exploring new places, something that stirs my soul and… Continue Reading →

Why Pride Marches Are More Important Than Ever

Pride Marches are more important than ever in Malta, a country that has come a long way in the last decade in terms of LGBTQ+ rights. In 2014, Malta legalized same-sex marriage, and in 2021, it passed a law banning… Continue Reading →

White-Hat Hacking SHOULD NOT BE a Criminal Offence. Arrest of University Students Raises Questions on Cybersecurity Ethics and Bug Bounties

We’ve all heard about the four computer science students at the University of Malta that have been arrested after discovering a security flaw in Malta’s largest student application, FreeHour. The students claim that their efforts to warn the company about… Continue Reading →

The Future of Work: Embracing Remote Work for a Better Work-Life Balance

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant shift in the way we work. With many companies adopting work from home policies, the pandemic has shown us that remote work is a viable option that can help reduce traffic congestion, especially… Continue Reading →

Addressing Non-Voters: The Key to Unlocking Change in Malta

The Times of Malta recently reported that Labour’s popularity has dropped to its lowest in years, according to a recent poll. However, while many non-voters and former PL supporters have become disgruntled with the current government’s performance, the PN has… Continue Reading →

Revolutionizing Transportation: Modern and Unusual Ideas to Minimize Traffic

Traffic congestion is a major problem that affects people all around the world, especially in small congested places such as Malta. It causes delays, frustration, and even environmental damage. With the rapid development of technology and innovative ideas, there are… Continue Reading →

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