Posts by Courtney Hecktus

Hyperkin Smart Boy: Your Nostalgia is Loading

Depending on where you are, spring may be coming along quite nicely. For those such as myself, Mother Nature hasn’t quite decided if she likes us yet. Regardless, it’s about high time we started opening the windows, and cleaning out the settled layers that have accumulated over a very long winter season. While you’re cleaning, make sure to dig up those old video game consoles and games that you’ve long

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Snack, Don’t Slack!

Unarguably the most popular pastime is one that you’ve probably already done today. Can you guess what it is? No, it’s not checking your Instagram, and it’s not taking selfies either (Although you may have done those things today too). What am I talking about? I’m talking about snacking. Am I right? Even when you’re taking part in those other hobbies like taking photos, or working or just watching television

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These Boots Are Made for…Smartphones? Smart Shoes.

So you have all of the latest accessories technology can offer; your phone talks to you, your watch turns on your car and your car might as well be driving itself. Yes, it is fair to say that you’re pretty decked out in the latest accessories. Or are you? Your list seems to be missing one key component in the latest and greatest technology movements: your shoes. I won’t get

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Breakfast needs a well-deserved hug.

It’s no surprise that our early morning meals don’t have quite as many fans as their afternoon counterparts. Unfortunately, that extra ten or fifteen minutes of sleep sometimes seems more enticing than getting in a meal that we don’t feel like eating anyways. However, breakfast has always been a very important meal, initiating your bodily functions and giving you the energy you need to start your day. Instead of dreading

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Auto Tech: Necessary or Needy?

Imagine you’re driving down the street. You pull up beside another car whose driver who has absolutely zero interest in what his car is doing, and yet the car is in perfect control as he works on a paper. Well…that’s how I imagine it. We aren’t exactly in the era of hands-free driving yet, but we’re getting there. Intrigue has grown in the auto industry world, and big companies are

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