Category Tech

Flying in Style: New Technology for Airports

I found myself heading to the airport for my third flight of the year a few days ago. Let’s be clear about one thing: I do not enjoy airports. The anxiety of luggage restrictions, lines and security was more than enough for me to handle, even though I knew I only packed a laptop, a guitar and the lunchable my sweet mother packed me for a snack (Yes, I’m 27).

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MP3 Music Downloader: Stealing Songs or Enhancing Fan Growth?

I, like the millions of other people in the world, once had an MP3 music downloader installed in their phone. For those of you who don’t know what that is, it’s basically a non-virus smartphone app that illegally downloads your favorite songs to your phone. Recently, I had that app removed from my phone due to the fact that I needed a lot of space put back onto my memory

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Instagram: The Importance of a Like

Instagram, where you are either ‘Instafamous’ or just another face in the crowd with some pictures. So what is it about Instagram and obtaining likes that is just satisfying? Is the fact of knowing that your picture is awesome and you didn’t even have a filter? Is it the fact that you are trying to gain publicity for maybe an event or an accomplishment? Well, I’ll tell you something, it’s

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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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Why Social Media Killed Edgar Allan Poe

Like, comment, follow, subscribe, un-follow, hashtag, YOLO. Today’s youth has been deprived of even the slightest thought of wanting to read a book if there’s no movie to follow it. It’s times like this where I begin to feel a very large hole in my stomach as well as my heart to think that I may have been the only one in my Literature class who even had the slightest

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