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Tech Troubled Films for our Surveillance Age: The Den

Posted January 10, 2015 by Megan Jones

With the 1936 film Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin introduced a witty, scathing take on the effects of mass technology, and, indeed, the type of life we forge with it has become a central preoccupation to our modern world. Film remains at the forefront of this conversation, not only for the speed and power of its [...]

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I Boycotted Smartphones for a Year

Posted October 22, 2014 by Willie Kamawe

Moving abroad can be tough and many insecurities may arise when we are challenged to adapt to new situations. Dealing with these insecurities takes time and everyone copes in their own way. In search of answers, we sometimes attach our insecurities to irrational decisions that hold us back from awesomeness! My journey as an international student echoes this sentiment and proves that we sometimes just need to let go.

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Google Glass is Bending the Law!

Posted February 3, 2014 by Adam Van der Zwan

Google’s new eye-piece “Glass” is an amazing leap in technology! But Canadian lawmakers need to seriously modify “the rules” if we’re going to be able to use this technology safely and effectively.

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Playstation 4 First Impressions

Posted December 6, 2013 by Zac LaRocque-Walker

With the PS4 out for a couple of weeks now, what are my initial impressions of the game and the system itself? Find out inside.

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Stationary Stationery, or the Demise of Paper

Posted September 4, 2013 by Karlo Avenido

Is paper still relevant in our modern age, and should we abandon the use of paper altogether?

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