On Thursday, April 25, 2013, all five living presidents gathered in Dallas, Texas to commemorate the opening of the George W. Bush Center.
I just discovered a revolutionary new iPhone app, TurboScan. For $1.99, it turns your phone into the closest you can get to a scanner without actually paying the high price for it.
The plan to end Saturday mail delivery via the U.S. Postal Service has been delayed as mandated by Congress. Continue reading
Yesterday Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook, revealed Facebook Home. Continue reading
It’s been a sad week for girls across America. Some unsettling news was announced earlier this week: Lululemon Athletica has recalled some of their pants due to selling sheer yoga pants.
No I am not referring to a new product the Kardashian Klan is endorsing (but, for the record, they do own a makeup line aptly titled “Kardashian Khroma”), but I am referring to the due date of Kim Kardashian’s baby.
With the advent of the internet we no longer have to go to the library to look up a fact because we can just “Google” it. While the convenience of Google is exponential, have we really considered the drawbacks of the Internet?
Some people love going to restaurants they’ve never been to before and perusing the menu hoping to find a winning entree item. Not me.
While the Internet definitely is hurting the music industry with piracy, YouTube seems to be helping the artists get their music out there. As of right now “Bye Bye Bye” by *NSYNC has over 28 million views. And this was before YouTube was even invented so it makes one wonder how many views the song would have if it were to come out today. Anyone can become a sensation overnight. Rebecca Black anyone? “Friday” by Rebecca Black has over 48 MILLION views. Have you ever HEARD the song? It is ridiculously obnoxious. Apparently it’s so bad that it’s good. “Gangnam Style” by Psy has over 279 MILLION views. This video became a viral sensation. He was even in a Super Bowl commercial.
You might be wondering why I am writing about Tinder, or even what Tinder is. My friends, Tinder has taken the iPhone world by storm. Essentially Tinder is kind of like a dating site but more casual and with less investment.
I thought I would provide a little insight on how to use Twitter. Twitter is becoming extremely popular and is growing rapidly but there are still plenty of people who don’t know how to use it. Even though I consider myself fairly technologically savy, when I first got a Twitter I had no idea how to use it. There’s a hashtag (#) and (@) sign, what could they possibly mean? I did not understand why someone would say a phrase with a hashtag preceding it. There was no direction manual for me to look at. After a while of using Twitter I was able to finally figure it out.