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There’s More Than One Way to Build a Mobile App

So you want to build a mobile app (who doesn’t?). But here’s the deal: you don’t know Java to build for Google’s Android and you don’t know Objective C to build it for Apple’s iOS. And you certainly don’t know Blackberry code… The good news is that there’s more than one way to build a… Read the full article…


Is Google Drive That Different?

It’s the product that’s been rumored for years and has finally been released. Google Drive is here, and with it, Google’s entry into the cloud storage market.


My Top Five Favorite Features of CSS3

CSS3 is probably one of the coolest things to hit the web design scene since, I don’t know, HTML5. And here’s why: CSS3 has a lot of new features that simply take web site styling to the next level.


Why HTML is Not a Programming Language

HTML is great. It defines the structure of webpages and it determines how data is displayed online. What you’re looking at right now is HTML code, read and interpreted by your browser. But this doesn’t make HTML a programming language. A Markup Language HTML is a type of markup language. It encapsulates, or “marks up”… Read the full article…


All of the Memes: Internet Memes Come to College Campuses

There’s a new phenomenon that’s invading college campuses across the country. It is capturing the minds and study time of the college population. The Internet Meme has finally come to campus. If you’re a current student at Syracuse University, you’ve more than likely stumbled upon the SU Memes Facebook page by now. It’s a collection of… Read the full article…


Google’s New Privacy Policy: Have You Read it Yet?

Google recently rolled out its sweeping new privacy policy. I know you’ve read it already. I’ve read it too, and it’s not super long. The new policy now affects more than 60 Google products, including Gmail, YouTube, and Search. You’ve probably seen banners on many Google sites informing you a new and upcoming privacy policy was coming, citing that it was “important stuff”. Well, those banners are gone now and the new policy is in effect. What does this mean for Google users?


Winning the College Challenge 2011: A Visit to MLB.com

Back in November, two of my roommates and I won the MLB.com College Challenge for our idea MLB Memories. The prize? A trip to NYC to visit the MLB.com studios. The time for that trip finally came earlier this February. On the day of the trip, we woke up at 5AM, caught an early train to New York City, and were off for what we knew would be an amazing time.