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Enrollment < Fun.

One of the best things about being a senior in my FINAL semester: not having to mess with enrolling in the upcoming semester. Technology is such a wonderfully frustrating part of our lives, and it seems that for every improvement made, there will always still be a few guaranteed glitches down the road.¬† We will […]

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Link Dropping: 750words.com

What’s that? I promised more iPad talk? Nonsense! We’ll be covering the concept of ‘daily pages’ today, wherein a lucky sort like you hammers out 750 words every single day for the next forever. You don’t have to go that long, realistically, but you’d be all the better writer for it, as the running theory […]

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Apple, Apple, Apple

Apple. So they released this thing the other day, right? The iPad. How dashing. And this new-fangled device, as expected, comes heralded as a game-changer, an expensive company’s expensive answer to the flailing failures of the netbook. I thought the netbook was doin’ just fine, personally, but you know how it goes. When Apple does […]

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Link Dropping: Dropbox

Say that title aloud. Kinda nifty, isn’t it? I don’t run this sort of thing too regularly, so a little clarification might come in handy: Link Dropping posts are all about a nifty site on the ‘net that you should be aware of, one usually deemed important by yours truly and thus completely ignored by […]

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A Public Service Announcement

Or, less eloquently: whinewhinewhine. Here’s the deal: I got robbed. This post isn’t an invitation to the pity party, never fear, but rather a bit of useful info I gleaned from the whole messy ordeal. Have an Xbox 360? Playstation 3? Nintendo Wii or some other big, fancy box? Drop what you’re doing right now […]

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Book Samples for All!

Huzzah! Tell me, dear readers: whaddaya think about this new-fangled eBook craze? Me? I’m all for the digital revolution, being a geek at heart, but I’ll admit as readily as the critics that the current technology is in dire need of improvement. Amazon’s Kindle – and Barnes & Noble’s upcoming Nook – are wonderful devices, […]

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Link Dropping: Gazelle

On a temporary (read: this week) hiatus courtesy of some school-related issues this week, but I thought I’d pop in to offer a site I ran across recently: Gazelle.

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Top Five Wednesday: The Beatles’ Best Songs

That’s right. Every Wednesday you’re going to get a top five list from me. These are all subject to debate; most of the reasons these lists are created is so that people can argue about them. Without further adieu, a top five. Top Five Beatles Songs With the re-issues out and Rock Band: Beatles currently […]

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Review: OU2GO (iPhone)

Apple is taking over the world. Yeah, that’s a wee bit extremist, but the point still stands – ever seen the student section during a football game? You’re bound to discover a gleaming iPhone for every crimson shirt in the stands, to the point where a college kid without the magic phone is fast approaching […]

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Link Dropping: FreeRice

Y’know, I get a pretty significant amount of crap for pursuing Professional Writing. Mostly from people who can’t use your/you’re properly, come to think of it, but it still¬†seems like the world at large just doesn’t appreciate word fanatics quite like it used to. The talk now is all about “actually making money” and “having […]

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