Google to acquire Twitch for $1 billion

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Last week was hectic between me working 40 hours over 4 days, then graduating, then having a nice weekend getaway from the city, but I’m back and at ’em. In the news over the past few days, the Internet mogul Google has been on the move to acquire Twitch.tv, the most popular game streaming website. Continue reading Google to acquire Twitch for $1 billion

Google Glass: Actually 80 dollars?

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So the titles a little misleading, but if you’re a technology/devices buff like me I’m sure you’ve already seen the recent news that Google opened up again for the everyday user to join the Glass Explorer program (although now it’s closed). I ran a post on it earlier here. Continue reading Google Glass: Actually 80 dollars?

My Life: Coding in Python

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As I said in my spring update post, along with working my job, I have been learning a lot computer programming and coding, mainly at the moment Python. Due to the vast landscape known as the Internet, it’s possible to learn just about anything from the comfort of your computer. I’ve taken advantage of this fact to pursue one of my childhood dreams of delving into just about everything in the IT world. Continue reading My Life: Coding in Python