“Hunt rodents, not mastodons,” said technology shark Andy Ihnatko at an event last night. Ihnatko discussed the importance of creating web and journalism content part-time and for multiple publications. Essentially, should you take a restrictive staff job with a single newspaper or magazine? Not when print news is on its deathbed. (RIP). Freelance is the […]
The Security and Risk Analysis club held its second Counter-Terrorism Panel earlier tonight, with over 90 attendees. Hosted in the Cybertorium (113 IST Building), three outstanding speakers fielded questions by moderator Russ Beck as well as from the audience. You can find more about the speakers from the event announcement posted yesterday. The SRA Club […]
Ramon. Photographed Outside the McAllister Building. I tip my hat to Ramon. This is fly. Period. First look at the details: the graphics on the belt, his watch, the use of a “shine-based” motif – all of these are brilliant. Then check how Ramon integrates them. A white tee and black denim to me are […]
In this odd time of year, where it’s not quite football season but things are being set in motion (Blue White is in 9 days, after all), it’s always nice to get a significant piece of football news that isn’t a practice injury. Old rivals Penn State and Rutgers will renew their football series in […]
Lincoln Financial Field, home to the Philadelphia Eagles, had a few unwanted visitors last night. No, the New York Giants did not make an unscheduled appearance. Five undergrads from Villanova University broke in and stole a seat: Section 108, Row 30, Seat 1, to be exact. While working their mischief about 3 a.m., they were […]
Did anyone ask the communist what his thoughts were?