Creating a Useful NFT

Download the relevant code as a ZIP/RAR file here. The concept of a non-fungible token (NFT) has been used to

Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing
By Craig Wright | 09 May 2023 | Economics, History, Other

In the 1990s, Ratko Mladić was general of the Bosnian Serb army overseeing multiple war crimes, including genocide conducted during

Paper Critique: ‘Scale-free human migration and the geography of social networks’
By Craig Wright | 18 Apr 2023 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Other

Levy, M. (2010). Scale-free human migration and the geography of social networks. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications, 389(21),

Supply-Chain Foundational Theories
By Craig Wright | 06 Apr 2023 | Economics, Other

Theory 1 – Value Added Partnerships Johnson and Lawrence (1991) introduced the theory of value-added partnerships. The theory of value-added

Comparing Class Across Narrative Plot Devices in Wuthering Heights and The Time Machine
By Craig Wright | 31 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Other

Emily Brontë first published the novel Wuthering Heights in 1847. H. G. Wells first published the novella The Time Machine

An Unlyrical Ode to the Bard?
By Craig Wright | 26 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Other

Strophe Although commonly represented as a poem to a man, doing so would misrepresent many of the underlying aspects of

By Craig Wright | 19 Jan 2023 | Education, History, Other

Rupetta (Sulway, 2013) is a post-modern reinterpretation of the Jewish golem fable. The mechanical “woman” created in the story has

The Great Gatsby: Limits on Social Mobility
By Craig Wright | 27 Dec 2022 | Education, Other

Great stories often embed many different perspectives of reality, and contain stories within stories. The Great Gatsby embeds layer upon

Beauty, the Beast, and the Modern Psyche
By Craig Wright | 17 Nov 2022 | Education, Other, Philosophy

Madame de Beaumont and Angela Carter each take an age-old story reminiscent of Cupid and Psyche (Apuleius) and change it

Rage, Anger, and the Rationality of the Berserker
By Craig Wright | 15 Nov 2022 | Education, Other, Philosophy

The wolverine is portrayed as a “vicious marauder to be feared more than valued or admired” (Shaw and Ford, 115).

Canonical or Not Canonical: That Is the Question
By Craig Wright | 10 Nov 2022 | Education, Other, Philosophy

The status of a work as a classic differs from the position as a canonical text (da Silva and Vieira).

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