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Archive | September, 2018

Back to university technology for students

 A lot of us live our lives through our phones – but the laptop is still the top tool for any university student.  It doubles as a TV, lets you play games on your downtime and is just about essential for note-taking in lectures and writing-up your coursework. You know, the less fun stuff. As  Full Article…

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Today in Movie Culture: ‘Deadpool’ Meets ‘The Princess Bride,’ ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ Easter Eggs and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Mashup of the Day: As a PG-13 cut of Deadpool 2 was being announced, Ryan Reynolds and Fred Savage apparently teamed up for a Princess Bride crossover: Thoughts? ?? pic.twitter.com/fFe93tDI7e — Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 28, 2018   Easter Eggs  Full Article…

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Film Review: ‘A Private War’

From Vietnam to the Iraq War, Hollywood has struggled to find the appropriate way to depict ongoing wars, typically taking years, if not decades, to put the proper perspective on modern political quagmires. In the case of such conflicts as the Arab Spring and the Syrian civil war — front and center in “A Private  Full Article…

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The best web browsing laptops

Thanks to cloud services like Google Docs and Microsoft Office Online, more and more of our everyday computing is happening in a web browser. That means when you're looking for a new laptop, you no longer need to look for the biggest possible hard drive or the most powerful processor. Instead, you can prioritise weight,  Full Article…

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