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How Online Education Is Truly Out of This World


People love to knock online education. Many see it as an alternative for those who cannot handle the classroom setting or are attempting to ‘catch up’ when they fall behind their peers at school. Others see it as a cost-effecting shortcut into university credentials. However, this is often not the case, and online education is […]


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Net Neutrality: What it Means, and For You


Over the past month, many have gotten worked up over the issue of net neutrality. Congress is even set to vote on potentially breaking down requirement of net neutrality in the coming weeks. If you’re like the majority of Internet users, you may not fully understand what net neutrality even is, or how it affects […]


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Can you guess these common questions about your MacBook?


Right now, if you’re shooing away update notifications on your Mac system, it’s most likely egging you on to upgrade your operating system to ‘OS High Sierra’. And if you’re anything like us, you’re probably clinging to the warm familiarity of El Capitan, Snow Leopard, or Sierra. But, unlike many iPhone models, Apple’s personal laptop […]


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Silicon Valley’s Top Women in Action Breaking Computing Stereotypes


Unfortunately, STEM is still not a statistically common field for women, nor is it well-known for those women to receive totally equal treatment. At Rocky Mountain Computer Specialists, this part of the industry is not only something we wish to change, but also an opportunity to innovate and shed light on successful women in the […]


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Thumbs Up: Social Media and Computer Use


Ever wonder why the concept of social media platforms took off? What makes us such social beings? Why do we settle for, and even relish in, online interactions and daily validation via digital thumbs-up gestures and reading other’s innermost thoughts? Sure, these questions might be better left to those in a philosophy class, but we […]


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