Tech this out!

Today it is very hard to stay up to date on what is happening in the tech world. Three websites listed here allow the casual tech guru and the early adopter techie to stay updated. The first two websites are blogs, like Technically Speaking, with the most current article at the top.  Engadget and Gizmodo are [more…]

Northwest’s Career Services

If I asked you what Career Services is or what they do, could you tell me? Career Services is a great place for all undergraduate students to go to find jobs, internships, and even resume help. One of the online resources they offer is called Hire A Bearcat. On the site, students can create a [more…]

Mac App Store

Apple has done it again with the Mac App Store. The Mac App Store is the way of the future. You no longer have to leave your Mac to purchase software or even pay to ship the software from the Apple website. All you need is to have the most updated version of Snow Leopard [more…]

The Toshiba Libretto

In a world where new technology is introduced daily, companies strive to make their product better than the competition. Toshiba has outdone themselves with their new and innovative product called the Toshiba Libretto. The Libretto is the world’s first dual screen Windows 7 computer. When closed, the Libretto looks more like an oversized Nintendo DS but, when [more…]

I need to Skype and I’m a gamer.

As a freshman, you should have attended the Northwest Computing Policies seminar. During the presentation, you were probably thinking to yourself, “Wow, we cannot play Xbox Live or even use the video feature of Skype to talk to our parents about school!” Well, there is a way you can do these things without violating any [more…]

TV on my computer?

Miss your favorite TV show because of your busy college career? You may want to look into watching TV on your Northwest-provided laptop. The easiest way to watch that favorite TV show is to go to the network’s website. Most TV networks stream their most recent episodes the day after the episode airs on TV.