I’m going to call this the first, of many, ‘huck, bid, pillage and burn’ columns, so-named after an Ultimate Frisbee cheer we used at the UC Santa Barbara Qualifier where we finished third of 16 teams (hucking, in case you didn’t know, is the term we useRead more
The first legal TV show downloads put on the Internet last year by Apple and studios experimenting with the new media marked the beginning of the end of media as we know it.Read more
Xbox 360 Premium System: $399. Project Gotham Racing 3, Call of Duty 2, Perfect Dark Zero: $169.97. Two extra wireless controllers: $99.98. Paying Uncle Sam his dues: $48.50. The next generation console experience: Priceless?Read more
It’s getting to that time of year again, when we stop paying attention to lectures and start dreaming about the varied and exotic places we’re planning on visiting for winter break.Read more
Should the United States own the Internet? It seems like a pretty silly question to ask given the global and seemingly indestructible nature of the network, but it is a question the international community has posed repeatedly of late.Read more
If I were to offer you the opportunity to start a real career immediately after your four years as an undergrad with a salary of over $50,000, would yRead more
Welcome to the ‘1337 Geek,’ the only column in the New University where the writer won’t profess to be an expert of any sort on relationships.
Earlier this year, ‘Family Guy’ completed its comeback thanks to the power of DVD sales. Among the shows listed as cancelled since ‘Family Guy’ was caRead more