Today’s students have a strong interest in technology and have a great aptitude for learning it. We’ve been involved with the STEM Club at J.T. Moore Middle School in Nashville for over a year, but we wanted to take our work with them a step further. That’s why we decided to host a Scratch programming workshop for interested students.
Excited about the new iPad Pro? We are, too. We’re in love with the faster processor, large screen size, the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil—everything, really. We’re so excited, in fact, we’re giving away an iPad Pro and all the accessories you’ll want with your new iPad!
For my money, blending offers all of the benefits of juicing (highly efficient vegetable intake, endless perusing of enthusiast websites before buying equipment) with none of the downside.
Pallet furniture has gotten more and more popular over the past few years, and for good reason: pallets can be free, they’re (relatively) easy to work with, and you’re reusing old goods and materials. Karma points from Mother Nature. If you’re looking to get started with your own project, we’ve got some handy insider tips […]
Why aren’t you listening to Tuner? I’ve been harassing my friends for the last couple of weeks to listen and subscribe immediately. Now it’s your turn. The new bi-weekly podcast, hosted by Brian Barone and John Lagomarsino, delves into pop music to explore how and why it works. Combining classic music theory with an academic and […]
From games and productivity to banking, shopping, and social media (and let’s not forget those pre-installed apps that automatically come with your iPhone), apps are a huge part of what make smartphones so smart. They’ve transformed these handheld screens in our pockets into computers. With so many apps, let’s take a moment to talk about […]
No matter what’s waiting under the tree this year, give them the gifts that get the most from their tech. From protective cases that celebrate their style, to wireless ways to play, and chargers and cables to keep the party going all season long, our Gift Guide is a great place to start, with great […]
Starting with the original release of the iPhone in 2007 until iOS 8’s release in 2014, the photos you took on your iPhone or iPad were kept in a hidden folder called Camera Roll. Camera Roll was the easiest way to find, edit and share those photos you took on your device. When it disappeared […]
Even when Halloween isn’t just a few days away, zombies are everywhere these days. We wanted to get in on the fun so when our president, Mark Rowan, was appointed board of directors of NECAT—an organization who just so happens to teach a zombie make-up class— we jumped at the chance. Or, rather we convinced […]
In our pockets, we have an amazing smartphone that also happens to have an amazing camera. As a result, we take more and more photos every year with our iPhones. And it shows: new iPhones earn more storage and cloud-based services like iCloud make your photos accessible on all of your devices. It’s a good […]