Category Archives: Technology

The Internet: A vital tool to any job search

The Internet is becoming an increasingly important tool to any soon-to-be college graduate. The Internet is one of the most common ways through which people obtain jobs. If a job seeker knows where to look, the Internet can be a useful tool for both job seeking and networking. Both are vital in the hunt for employment.

There are a number of resources out there for job seekers to use, all of which have their benefits and drawbacks. Below are some useful tools in the search for employment. These resources should provide a good base for any job seeker and help them decide what to do once they have that all-important interview. Continue reading The Internet: A vital tool to any job search

Nomophobia: A condition of the digital age

Nomophobia is described as the condition of being tense and/or anxious when not having access to a mobile phone. The condition is also known as no-mobile-phone-phobia. Recent research conducted by an Internet security firm has indicated that this condition of the digital age is growing at a rapid rate. Continue reading Nomophobia: A condition of the digital age

MicroCHIPS invents the pharmacy of the future

MicroCHIPS is a company that hopes that their flash-drive sized microchips could be the way of the future for doctors looking for a better way to treat their patients. In a study published in early February, MicroCHIPS released their findings on a new study involving women with osteoporosis. Continue reading MicroCHIPS invents the pharmacy of the future

Street Bump fixes potholes one bump at a time

There are a number of apps out there for the civic-minded that allow users to inform their local government about potholes. One such app is called SeeClickFix; this app allows users to snap a shot of potholes on the road and send pictures to their local government in the hopes that they will do something about the hole. Continue reading Street Bump fixes potholes one bump at a time

Socializing Little Monsters

Lady Gaga undoubtedly makes the best use of social media websites. With over 19 million followers on Twitter, she far outstrips the following of any other celebrity of the micro-blogging website. It should come as no surprise that this social media expert would form a website of her own, one specifically designed for her fans. Continue reading Socializing Little Monsters