For most people in first world countries, products and necessities don’t become scarce very often. Americans were not accustomed to...
According to Steven Frappier, the laptop deflect a bullet from the gunman.
It's almost the end of the school year and for those unfortunate seniors out there, it may also be the end of college. (Wah Wah) The second most asked question (right after "what are you doing to do after you graduate?"), will be "what do you want for your graduation gift?" While my wise brother always claims that cash is king, the older generation often wants to give you something more tangible as a gift.
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According to University of North Carolina professor Kevin Caneiro, there's a new disease lurking on college campuses nationwide. Dubbed “Laptop-itis,” it is the result of excessive use of laptops and cell phones with symptoms ranging from worsened posture to pain in the backs, necks, and wrists of students everywhere.
Confession: When I know I might be in the bathroom for awhile, I don't grab a magazine or a book and take it with me; I grab my laptop. (Honestly, the bathroom is the only reason I'd get an iPad - it would be way more portable.)
The iPad. Steve Jobs' newest brainchild, and a super....whatever it is. Despite the fact that we're not always sure what point Apple's devices serve, we always seem to get them, love them, and become suddenly unable to live without them. But this thing? Meh, not so much.
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.
Because I'm making six pennies a year in my job after taxes, I follow a very strict budget that allows me to afford a moderate amount of food and a moderate amount of fun. There is no room for a savings plan in my budget so I just figured if I was extra careful nothing would ever go wrong. Then last week everything went wrong.
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.
With school rapidly approaching, CollegeCandy has teamed up with Ivy Worldwide and Hewlett Packard to give away a back-to-school computer bundle that's better than a large pack of Sharpies and Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper.
Is your computer making that weird noise that sounds like it’s about to blow up mid-Facebook wall post? Does it totally burn your legs when you have it on your lap? Maybe it just totally sucks? If so, it might be time to start a-lookin’ for another. And with school starting right around the corner, what better time to begin the search?