Networking the heart: students, dating and technology

Alexandria Scott alexandriascott.md@gmail.com It all started with a Cal Poly hashtag. A few months ago, anthropology and geography senior Paige Hernandez uploaded a picture of the beach to Instagram with “#calpoly” in the description. Among the likes and comments from local friends,…

School of Education stays offline

Cal Poly’s School of Education is not jumping on the online education bandwagon any time soon. Instead, the school is teaching students to teach in a traditional classroom setting with face to face methods, rather than face to screen instruction.…

Lecturer on ethics of Facebook

The Technology, Policy and Ethics lecture series at Cal Poly continued on as Anthony Beavers, a professor of philosophy at the University of Evansville, took the floor for the second time at Cal Poly to discuss the ethics of Facebook last week.

“Robots and Sex” lecture to discuss technology and ethics

John Sullins, ethics professor at Sonoma State University, will deliver a lecture called, “Robots & Sex: Should We Build a Love Machine?” on March 4.

People spend too much time talking through technology

Sure, technology is great, but what happens when we lose ourselves in the techy fun?

Cal Poly Tech Park aims for partnership between industry and students

The Cal Poly Tech Park opened Wednesday, Oct. 27 to enable students to get work experience and collaboration opportunities with faculty members, other students and local businesses.

Your data stored in the clouds

Have you ever wondered if it would be possible to log onto a computer you have never used before, but have all your applications, data and settings from your home computer?

‘Super’ WiFi and Cell Service over airwaves

Ever been stuck in a classroom with no cell service? How about trying to find wifi on a road trip or hotel? There is a light at the end of the tunnel; a really bright light.

BLOG: Happy 20th Photoshop!

Adobe’s popular program is celebrating its twentieth anniversary.

Business profits from technology

Using a program called Elluminate, Fisher’s image appeared on his student’s computers. Using his PowerPoint notes, he lectured his students while they sat at home or in their dorms.

Books to go electronic when Kindles hit the library

Five new Kindles will be available for checkout in the Robert E. Kennedy library on Nov. 2 in an effort to find new forms of technology best suited to students’ study needs.