Google Music

So, if you haven’t heard, Google has put their foot into the music game with their new service “Google Music.” Google music is like a giant iTunes in the cloud in which your library can wirelessly sync to android devices, you can buy new music for $0.99, and store 20K songs for free. So there […]

Facebook Privacy Issues: A Wake-up Call

If you watch the news or remotely use the internet, you’ve probably heard of the newly exposed privacy issues of the social media goliath, Facebook. The issues first came to light after Facebook’s F8 developer conference (essentially Facebook’s WWDC) on April 21, 2010. At the conference, among other things, the company announced the institution of […]

Diigo

Diigo is delicious times 3!!! I have been having to do annotations in school and I was planning on printing out websites, using paper and pen, but I look online and BAM…Diigo. Diigo is like delicious (it is a social bookmarking site) and it allows web annotations.

Learning PHP … My Take On It

As a computer programmer, I enjoy learning new programming languages and this was probably one of the easiest programming languages to understand. I am not done learning PHP, but it was a very good thing for the site. After writing dozens of html pages, PHP was a nice break from it.