Are you master or slave when it comes to modern technology? Steven Lake explores the slippery slope of disconnection when always connected.
Parents and students have completely different reasons for getting a computer. Their kids have one idea of what makes a good laptop and their parents another. The Lenovo IdeaPad U410 covers both sets of expectations quite nicely. Sponsored Review.
Tom Matlack’s fictionalized tale of an ethical crossroads at a tech startup.
Note: it’s always neat to get guest posts from people who I don’t personally know, but who stumbled on my blog. It’s cool. I’ve had posts from (among other places) China, Japan, Vancouver, and now, North Carolina! Bio: Chloe Trogden specializes in research involving all forms of college grants. She has compiled thousands of resources…
How can a guy with degrees from Cambridge and Yale manage to lose the home page on his browser?
Ever used a crank radio? You really have to keep cranking. Hopefully the finger powered laptop that Australian researchers at RMIT won’t conk out as easily as those d
What do Wikileaks, Chuck Norris, and Disneyland have in common?
Researchers have found that just 10 minutes with a laptop on your lap brings the temperature of your testicles “above what we consider safe.”
For college kids today, a laptop is more important than a pen and paper. They take notes, write papers, apply for jobs, and watch movies all on the same machine. Laptops are essential, but do we really need them in the classroom? I’m not so sure. Carlo Rotella, director of American studies at Boston College,…