An Analysis on the Power of the Internet and the Worldwide Web

“The foundational commitment in both the Internet and the World Wide Web is the same: both are built as “open, permissive” structures (to use Naughton’s words). These structures are not unlike the distributed (neuroplastic) design of the brain itself, one that, as it happens, permits all the higher orders of cognition to emerge, higher orders […]

Associative Trails of The Web

Recently, I did an assignment that pertained to finding relevant links to a topic or theme that I found interesting. Being a biology student interested in the field of Neurosurgery and the process it takes to get there, I decided to research specific statistics on medical school admission, MCAT results, research opportunities, and the process […]

About Me

Hello, my name is Steven Jacob and I am a recent graduate from the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science (TAMS). I am currently pursuing my Bachelor’s Degree in the Biological Sciences at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. I aspire to work in the medical field someday, and am actively striving to learn more about […]