For most people in first world countries, products and necessities don’t become scarce very often. Americans were not accustomed to...
Yesterday, Adobe released an updated version of the favorite product of the internet age – Photoshop. They've unveiled the beta version of Photoshop CS6, which includes all the new features that will be available when Photoshop CS6 has its full release within the next few months. The best part of this news is that you can download the beta version of CS6 now!
The boy you love just broke your heart, so your girlfriends decide that drinking is in order. Because nothing numbs the pain quite like a few shots of SoCo. Together with your roommates, you pick out a super hot outfit (consisting of some combination of low cut top/push up bra), take a few pre-gaming shots and head out the door to either “show him what he’s missing,” or “forget about that prick.”
Many of you will be stepping onto campus this upcoming fall, finally free of your parents. It’s your first year of college, and you just can’t wait to be free and come home late....or not at all make your own decisions. What you don’t realize, however, is how much those parental units have done for you while you were living at home. And trust me - this is something you'll realize fast.
A few years ago, Andrew Schaper was a high school student with the same organization problems I have. In order to solve these problems, he created Soshiku, a website that helps you manage and keep track of all your school assignments.
OK, so maybe this isn't weird. Maybe I'm the weird one whose nipples don't get really cold when I'm poring over a paper or un-tagging myself in Facebook pictures.
True Life: I'm completely dependent on my computer. It's my life source, as sad as that sounds. But honestly, it can do EVERYTHING. And when I say everything, I mean it. I bet you didn't know the extent of your computer's power. With one simple USB port, the world is your oyster.
Despite the fact that I ran around for weeks downing Airbourne and bathing myself in hand sanitizer, I couldn’t outrun the flu and it currently has me severely down and out (don’t worry I’m not about to sprout a curly tail over here, it’s just our regular old seasonal pal).
Poor Mike! He should have known better than to leave his Facebook profile open on someone else’s computer. Usually, I’m pretty unimpressed with jokes that hinge on dudes acting like there’s something inherently hilarious about homosexuality—unless they’re Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd—but this prank is pretty genius.
Today is Friday, October 2nd. That means you only have 4 days to enter CollegeCandy's totally awesome laptop contest. And with a full two days of weekend-ness ahead of you, it's the perfect time to get workin'! All you need to do is come up with an innovative way to tell people about CC, then document your publicity campaign by taking a few photos of it.
Maybe you’re not on speaking terms with your laptop and it’s new best friend, the blue screen of death. Maybe you simply love CollegeCandy and want to share its wisdom and insight with the rest of the world. But whatever your reason is, there is only one week left to enter CollegeCandy’s Laptop Giveaway!
Do you want a sweet, shiny new laptop? Do you love CollegeCandy with all your heart and soul? Do you want to express that love and get a laptop in return? Read on, girlfriend. Read on.
We college students are pretty accurately stereotyped. We party hard, sleep late, and cram for finals until the wee hours of the morning. Luckily for us and the environment, a lot of these common habits can be easily “tweaked” in order to save energy and resources. And as a college student myself, I promise that these steps will not affect your party or study life in any way.