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February 6, 2012

There’s a new radio station in town covering all things Ole Miss sports in an innovative way that aims to make every aspect of athletics more accessible.
Rebel Sports Radio launched on Nov. 10, 2011, about a week before the Rebels were scheduled to face off against the LSU Tigers. The new station is the first in a growing trend of Internet radio to cover Ole Miss sports exclusively, 24 hours a day.

There’s a new radio station in town covering all things Ole Miss sports in an innovative way that aims to make every aspect of athletics more accessible.
Rebel Sports Radio launched on Nov. 10, 2011, about a week before the Rebels were scheduled to face off against the LSU Tigers. The new station is the first in a growing trend of Internet radio to cover Ole Miss sports exclusively, 24 hours a day.

March 24, 2011

Does anyone in our generation watch a television show in its natural time slot? With services like Hulu and DVR’s in tons of households, the classic idea of “primetime” television has quickly fallen to the wayside.

Does anyone in our generation watch a television show in its natural time slot? With services like Hulu and DVR’s in tons of households, the classic idea of “primetime” television has quickly fallen to the wayside.

March 24, 2011

Location-based applications like Facebook Places, Foursquare and others seem like fun to many smartphone users. They are used to let friends know where they are, to look up local businesses or to play games that earn them virtual points, badges or store discounts. 

Location-based applications like Facebook Places, Foursquare and others seem like fun to many smartphone users. They are used to let friends know where they are, to look up local businesses or to play games that earn them virtual points, badges or store discounts.  

However, the sharing of one’s location has opened up a debate about privacy. The Wall Street Journal did an investigation of the issue and published an article in December 2010 about their findings.

February 21, 2011

When you hear the word “app” as it relates to cell phones, you normally first think of Apple’s App Store.

When you hear the word “app” as it relates to cell phones, you normally first think of Apple’s App Store.

Apple has created an extremely successful, if not the most successful, application marketplace to date.

While many competitors have tried to emulate Apple in this regard, they fall short of the sheer number of applications available and the intuitiveness of Apple’s App Store.