I have Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Foursquare, Google+, Spotify, Turntable.fm, Bonfyre and Pinterest accounts. Although I’ll be the first to admit that my online social life may be slightly excessive, I doubt my experience is uncommon.
And underneath the lid: my very own Chrome OS Notebook, which for expdiency’s sake (and to up my nerd-cred), will henceforth be referred to it the name Google gave it, the Cr-48. A netbook with no desktop. A computer that only has a browser. Google’s vision of the future of cloud computing.
As the semester kicks off, many students are already beginning the seemingly endless process of searching for, applying for and getting rejected from countless jobs and internships. While it may seem futile when rejections are stacked against you, have a little hope: We found four Washington University students who landed some truly incredible summer internships.
I would like to take a moment to wish you a happy belated Census Day. Okay, this holiday is not official, but merely a day that Congress and the Census Bureau decided to commemorate in order to encourage people to send in their Census forms. Here’s a shocker for those of you who know how in tune I am with politics: I haven’t managed to send in my form yet.