Saturday, September 12, 2015

Innovative Motions is back!

Hey, everybody! After a long (3 year?!) hiatus, I figured it was time for me to start blogging again. Checked it out and most of my blogs are gone, but some of them are still here, and somehow so am I. Watch out for more blogs to come... soon. I'm getting readjusted to the whole internet blogging thing again.

Anyway, feel free to leave a comment if you've missed me!

Monday, January 9, 2012

Upcoming elections: How much can the US actually change?

The USA is currently undergoing elections for the next president, as I'm sure most of you know. But how much can the next president actually change? Regardless of whether we experience another four years of Barack Obama, or if we get a new president altogether, what do you think the presidents biggest concern will be? And do you think that the next four years is enough to even produce significant change? It's a loaded issue, I realize, but it's also a very important issue.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Definitive Breakthroughs

There have been so many breakthroughs in science, technology, etc. in the recent years that it seems we are already so far ahead of ourselves. Can we maintain this rate of growth in knowledge and discovery in our world, or will it eventually slow down?

I'd like to hear your responses to the matter. Feel free to comment!

Monday, November 7, 2011

Damaging to your reputation

Isn't it funny that such small actions can be so damaging to a reputation? Fights can ruin friendships, and hardships can control your future. Expectation is but a figment of thought - not what we expect, but rather, what we yearn for.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Classic Books Still Reign Supreme

I know this blog is dedicated to innovative ideas and motions, but I want to bring up a subject for a (smaller than usual) blog post.

Books such as The Catcher in the Rye, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Giver, etc. are all classics in my opinion. No matter how much time passes by, they still will be and they will still be read in all environments. That's my 2 cents, what about yours? Comment, fellas!

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Content with the iPad 1 for now

Ever since the release of the iPad 2, users of the iPad 1 have been in an uproar over the quick release of the new one. Only slightly more expensive and much more capable, many are quick to buy this new gadget. Unlike most, however, I find comfort in knowing my iPad 1 is stable, and will wait until a new generation of iPads comes out before upgrading. What do you all think?