Pamela Nguyen is an upcoming graduate of New York University and founder of Surviving College, a blog dedicated to helping students navigate the ins and outs of college. She is constantly on the lookout for nifty tools that will make a busy (and poor) college student's life much easier. A self-proclaimed interior design junkie, Pamela also runs the interior design blog, Redesign Revolution.
Tom Friedman's New York Times column on February 23 How to Get a Job at Google is a wake-up call for students in or graduates of America's elite colleges and universities. And, from my humble perspective, it's a wake-up call for Pre... Read Post
Google’s Street View and Photo Sphere tools are pretty nifty ways of sharing the ‘feel’ of a place, giving you a 360-degree perspective of the location. Unfortunately, sharing them generally involves navigating away to a dedicated p... Read Post
Working on group projects has never been easier. Starting today, college students in the U.S. can get three months of Office 365 University and 20 GB of SkyDrive storage for free. Now, you and your classmates can create and edit ful... Read Post