Look at this happy imbecile: Chibuihem Amalaha, a Nigerian grad student whose University of Lagos-sanctioned "investigation" says that "physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics and the grace of God" prove that gay marriage is wrong. His paper's laughable/pathetic logic will give you an aneurism.
MSFT Office 365 is free to college students for six months and includes 20GB of SkyDrive and 60 Skype minutes.
The Supreme Court on Monday let stand a $675,000 file-sharing damages award that a jury levied against a college student for making 30 music tracks available on a peer-to-peer network.
College. Ugh. Nonstop, privileged toil. Growing up is sooooo hard. Days without sleep, binge-drinking, experimenting with bodies—it's a miracle that anyone learns anything. These gifts won't print a diploma, but they will help your student earn one.
Memrise is an online farming game similar to Viva Pinata. It's built on words, not some silly buzzlegums and mixes addictive gaming with mnemonics to make learning a new language fun.
Jailbreaking phones has been legal for just under a year now, and unsurprisingly nerds are making good money off the back of time-poor, money-rich people. The Washington Post has reported on how one Washington student is earning $50,000 a year simply by jailbreaking and unlocking 30 - 40 iPhones a week.
University of Redwood's school website had beautiful pictures of their campus and even a faculty directory. Too bad the college wasn't real. Turns out the website stole all of its content from Reed College and scammed prospective students out of application fees.
Does your old person have trouble unplugging power cords from their sockets? Fear not! This award winning student design can see to it that, with a simple eject button, your grandma's osteoporotic fingers need not suffer unplugging her computer again.
Amazon's offering a rather sweet deal to students: A free year of Amazon Prime. That's a $80 value and gives you free two-day shipping among other perks.
Terms of Apple's 2009 "Back to School" deal have been announced, and contrary to rumors, don't include a discount for the iPhone. Like last year, students are entitled to a free 8GB iPod Touch (UPDATE: Or any other iPod under $229) with the purchase of any MacBook, iMac, or Mac Pro, on top of the regular student…
16 year-old Marco Facciola built this completely wooden bike for a school project, managing to avoid using any metal at all. Yes, this wooden wheeled wonder even has a chain and gearing made of wood, held together with wooden joints and glue. The detail in the free-wheeling ratchet and spacers between the chain links,…
At last night's ITP Grad Show at NYU, we saw this super-sweet project that essentially creates robotic paparazzi. It's a smart robot, as it knows what humans like: skin, and lots of it. It has sensors that detect how much skin someone is showing, and it takes more pictures and yells at them more as a result. Check…
It's springtime at New York University, which means the students in the Interactive Telecommunications Program truck out their graduation projects. These range from conceptual artworks (like Andrew Schneider's "Experimental Devices for Performance" shown above) to innovative interfaces and games. This gallery shows…