The Nari Pages: Uncertainty, Faith, Determination and Resign

The exchange of information has been ever evolving as an undergraduate who was striving to garner insight about the world around me. Those creative writings, artworks, tutorials, games and links eventually began to offset a space adapting to a broader world application, as a graduate student.

I waged a nice little campaign, since the inception of the internet or "information superhighway". This includes awareness raising and being part of a larger online community. The irony is that someday this abandoned digital artifact will be all that's left of me floating in cyberspace.

Nari was originally created during the 90's a time when US households spent 30 minutes or less a month surfing the internet. ICQ was the first major IM client, Geocities was breaking ground and user generated content such as My Space or Facebook hadn't become the driving force that it is today.

Neatly manicured web pages were more focused on content than style and you could find these personal academic websites everywhere. It's safe to say that a lot of experiences have sprung forth, since then but can be used as a lens to view everything that we once romanticized.

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