• Is MTV looking to replace The Situation?! • Hunger Games cast on the orange carpet at KCA • True Blood season 5 trailer released! • Ashton Kutcher to play Steve Jobs in biopic • Is Megan Fox trying to hide a baby bump or just blocking the wind? • Mad Men spoiler alert: Betty Draper is fat now!
Hold onto your glasses, geeks! The iPad 3 might get here sooner than we all thought. I have the iPad 2, and to be honest with you, I'm completely in love with it.
The truth is, it takes a special person to be able to so beautifully put into words the ideas that Steve Jobs was often quoted talking about. In my opinion, his Stanford Commencement Address has to be one of the most influential speeches in history. I can't even imagine how inspiring it must have been to hear such a speech in person. Today is Steve Jobs' birthday so I'd like to leave you all with a few of his words of wisdom.
Last night we learned who Barbara Walters chose as her 10 most fascinating people of 2011. Then we got ahold of 10 more things that Barbara Walters thinks are fascinating (and they are just as random as the people who fascinate her).
•Which former 'ER' doctor should play Steve Jobs? •Do attractive men write better online profiles? •What's next for our favorite wizards? •Watch out Suri, another Cruise kid is stealing the spotlight •Dealing with changing social circles •Male dating mistakes that women make
The cosmetic guru of the century (sporting the ugly, unfinished bronzer Bobble-head look) attacks Jobs and the Apple industry for overpricing their products. While she pays respect to Jesus – who apparently died a million years ago – she asserts that Jobs should have tried harder to emulate the Son of God by donating all of his money to those who needed it.
I think that most college women want to be informed on current events and the news but they feel like they can’t. Log onto CNN.com or The New York Times website and there is so much information- what is the most important? The most current? What actually matters? What is relevant to me?
Last night after work, I signed onto my Macbook and saw the news. The innovator who created the computer I was typing on...had died. Steve Jobs changed the world, and we can all learn a few things from him. Whether you’re a freshman just starting college, or a senior on the verge of graduation, you could probably learn a little from Steve Jobs.
I think that most college women want to be informed on current events and the news but they feel like they can’t. Log onto CNN.com or The New York Times website and there is so much information -- what is the most important? The most current? What actually matters? What is relevant to me? Well wonder no more, CollegeCandies, because every Monday I’ll be bringing you up to date on the biggest news stories in a quick, concise manner (just the way your over-stuffed college brain likes it).
•The cast of 'True Blood' is here to help your...withdrawals•Random hotties in t-shirts •Steve Jobs has an awesome way of dealing with stupid questions •Charlie Sheen's allowed back on network TV?! •Staying office-appropriate on scorching hot days •How to make summer last •Who's side are you on for the 'RH of OC'?
How many times a week a day do you Google yourself? An embarrassing amount, right? Almost as embarrassing as the amount of time I spend diagnosing myself with fatal diseases on WebMD. But when we're not googling our own name and Facebook stalking our frenemies, we're googling (and ogling) guys. Like, a lot.
Over 120 mobsters were arrested on Thursday in New York City’s biggest Mafia bust in history. If you thought the Mafia was just for the movies or Facebook games, well that’s what they wanted you to think. The gangsters were charged with various accounts of murder, extortion and narcotics trafficking
Steve Jobs and Apple Inc. held their press conference earlier today regarding all the controversies swirling about the defects found in the iPhone 4. If ya'll remember correctly, I was the geeky nerd who stood in line on June 24th at the Apple store and waited for two hours (with the rest of the Apple fanatics) to get my hands on the new iPhone.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010: a big day for America. That’s right, yesterday we witnessed the unveiling of Apple’s latest and greatest: the iPad. For those of you who have been in a bubble since yesterday (doing homework perhaps?) we’ll put it this way: Kindle+ gameboy +portable DVD player+ internet+ bigger and better APPS = the iPad.
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