by Salvador Fernández
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For many people, mobile technologies are completely separate from classes. At least for me, I was used to taking all my notes by hand, buying a stack of notebooks at the beginning of each semester. I even had difficulties using my laptop for notes, because the wonders of the internet promised easy distraction. However, I have been giving it another chance this semester.
By Salvador Fernández
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Now, for the first in a series of rants about any tech-related thing I can find. First target: Chegg.
by Austin Bernhardt
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One of our goals at Wires Crossed is to test the limits of mobile technology and its utility in everyday student life. Over the next week or so, we plan to put those tactics to use by using shopping period as a case study. Now, before I go any further, I should probably mention that mine is a bit of a unique case. Many people hate shopping period. For them, visiting and applying to classes is a major source of stress. I happen to love it with a fiery passion.