Posts Tagged ‘Study Break’

Study Break: 3 Things to Know About SteamOS and Steam Machines (VIDEO)

Study Break: 3 Things to Know About SteamOS and Steam Machines (VIDEO)

At CES 2014, Steam Machines were a hot topic. A dozen different manufacturers showed off Steam Machines powered by Valve’s Linux-based SteamOS, an operating system built around the popular digital distribution community. The designs varied in size and shape, but there were some standouts. Alienware showed off a cool compact rig that will no doubt catch ...

Study Break: Emerson to Temporarily Rename School After Ron Burgundy

Study Break: Emerson to Temporarily Rename School After Ron Burgundy

If you’ve missed our coverage of offbeat college news, you’ll be happy to know we picked the right story to cover. Schools often honor famous people for their social contributions and inspiring lives, but rarely do we see any honoring fictional characters. Boston’s Emerson College will soon be doing just that, though, renaming its communications ...

Study Break: Art Student Freak Out – Real or Fake? (VIDEO)

Study Break: Art Student Freak Out – Real or Fake? (VIDEO)

If you’re an art student, you know that critiques are the inevitable end-result of an art project. At some point, the piece you’ve spent the last few weeks/months working on will now have to not only be looked upon and judged, but also in a potentially ego-shattering manner. As a result, you won’t usually get ...

Study Break: Play Breakout with Google Images

Study Break: Play Breakout with Google Images

While the 37th anniversary of Atari’s Breakout may not be a big deal to you, Google celebrated the occasion by making the game playable in its image search engine. By typing “Atari Breakout” into Google Image Search, you can play the game right in your browser. But instead of bricks, you’ll be breaking the images ...

Study Break: 3 Childhood Halloween Movies to Revisit Each Year

Study Break: 3 Childhood Halloween Movies to Revisit Each Year

Ah, Halloween. The one time of the year when dressing like a Pokemon trainer and attempting to capture children for the purpose of deadly combat is perfectly acceptable. Beyond that, however, the only fun I personally get from Halloween these days is from the wonderful movies from my childhood I revisit each and every year. ...