Rss feeds (What’s an RSS Feed?) are the latest and greatest ways of keeping up with any kind of information. Ever since I started subscribing to feeds I am constantly on the lookout for new and interesting sites. So here is a peak at some of my favorite feeds. Ask MetaFilter – A question and […]
Archive for April, 2006
I was rereading some of essays from freshman year and I realized something – in some cases my writing ability has actually deteriorated.Â I do not think this is due to any thing I have been taught in college, but rather, it is indicative of the time constraints now placed upon writing an essay.Â I […]
Cant post…finals crushing me… To all of you in crunch time, turning out essays left and right while studying for finals – I salute you. Good luck to everyone!
And now for a step away from productivity: VIDEO GAMES. For all my fellow gamers, we hit quite the conundrum when we get to college. We love video games, but cant afford them. Below is a little guide on how to get your kicks in until you can afford games new again. 1up has done […]
It’s no secret, the average college student cannot afford common PC programs:
Windows – Home Edition: $100
Norton Anti-Virus: $70
Microsoft Office: $329.99
Macromedia Dreamweaver: $376.99
Here are some alternatives if you happen to be buying a brand spanking new computer but dont want to pony up the greenbacks. Or if you have been eyeing up some new software, you may want to consider these alternatives:
A great post at iwillteachyoutoberich.com outlines why – if you want a job – college is the wrong place to be. “But one of the stupidest things I heard thrown around was the question of which major would help get a job. It went something like this: “All the econ majors get jobs in consulting, […]
I am taking the intial steps of starting a College Blog webring.Â I’m still hammering out the specifics but if you maintain a site about college, college life, or anything relating to higher education leave a comment or shoot me an email.Â My goal is to build up a nice network of friends and authors.Â […]
Google has just luanched their long rumored calendar program.Â While it doesn’t yet link to gmail, the future looks promising. Go poke around at www.google.com/calendar [tags]Google, Calendar, Google Calendar, CL2[/tags]
I noticed in my site stats that 64% of you that visit this site are using IE. Stop! Use Firefox.
See why inside….
Econsultant.com has a nice list of 250 proxies. Similar to one of my older posts, you can uses these sites and services to circumvent any security features your college may have. via digg.com [tags]proxy[/tags]
We college kids are a broke bunch, and I’m no exception.Â Thus that little box to the right containing Google’s adsense.Â I plan on keeping you guys updated on the results, and if they are favorable, I’ll try to offer all the advice I can on how to make your web site profitable. [tags]Google, Adsense[/tags]
As you can see by the layout of this site, I’m no HTML guru. However I do know my way around HTML code, and aside from validating my geekness knowing HTML can prove to be a positive influence on your career. How? Say there was a universal language that every body in the world spoke. […]
If your computer’s start up sound seems to come later and later everytime you boot up, USA Today has a nice little article about how to expedite the start up process. LINK [tags]USA Today, start up[/tags]
If your like me, right now the semester is drawing to a close and the work is piling up. As my posting calender will tell, I havent had too much time to do anything but work. But lately I have been trying free up some more time and here are a few things that may […]
How to be luckier (is that a word) Obviously some measure of luck is based on chance, but this experiment and many others have led Wiseman to conclude that a significant portion of one’s good fortune is not random, but rather due to one’s state of mind and behaviors. He concludes that luck is an […]