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Achieving Fame, The Rise and Fall of Internet Celebrities

Achieving Fame, The Rise and Fall of Internet Celebrities

Devinh Valentine, Contributing Writer March 11, 2020

In this day and age, the term celebrity is broad. There is a spectrum, ranging from professional celebrities, like recording artists and actors, to the more modern, unconventional celebrity, including...

Why Shaming Your Dog is Okay, But Shaming Your Kid Isn’t

Kaitlin Mahar September 16, 2015

Lately, “pet shaming” has taken the internet by storm, as pet owners post photos with captions that range in hilarity and tales of misbehavior, from “I tore up all the pillows on the new couch”...

Server and Internet Connection on Campus

The Charger Bulletin April 17, 2013

By TOM HANNEL and FAHAD ALSULIMANI LETTER TO THE EDITOR When we applied to the University of New Haven we were all very excited and motivated by the technology the school had to offer. Even though...

Controversy Arises over Sudden Censorship

Elissa Sanci April 3, 2013

Internet Censorship: the control or suppression of what can be accessed, viewed or published on the Internet. This act can be carried out in governments or in private institutions, such as a business,...

UNH to Offer State’s Fifth Six-Year Program in Instructional Technology

The Charger Bulletin August 29, 2012

By UNH TODAY The state’s first Sixth-Year Diploma in Instructional Technologies and Digital Media Literacy will be offered at the University of New Haven beginning in September. The diploma, one...

Ignorance on the Internet

Matt DiGiovanni February 1, 2012

With bills like SOPA and PIPA just recently put on hold, ACTA signed, and TPP negotiations still in progress, I’ve noticed two big things happening on the internet: 1. Large internet communities and...

China denies involvement in Google hackings

Joshua Van Hoesen January 26, 2010

From The Associated Press: BEIJING – China sharply rebuked the United States on Monday, denying involvement in any Internet attacks and defending its online restrictions as lawful after Washington...

Pope to priests: Go forth and blog

Joshua Van Hoesen January 24, 2010

From The Associated Press: VATICAN CITY – Pope Benedict XVI has a new commandment for priests struggling to get their message across: Go forth and blog. The pope, whose own presence on the Web...

Google tests loyalties of China’s wired generation

Joshua Van Hoesen January 20, 2010

From Reuters BEIJING (Reuters) – When Google threw down the gauntlet to China's Internet censors, it also challenged the loyalties of the nation's wired generation. These tech-savvy Chinese in...

Swedish service performs your last online wishes

Joshua Van Hoesen December 12, 2009

From The Associated Press STOCKHOLM – Sunniva Geertinger was devastated when her boyfriend took his life early this year. To make matters worse, his Facebook account proved almost impossible to...

Internet believers: Pastors open online churches

Liz De La Torre November 3, 2009

From The Associated Press Church volunteers greet visitors entering the lobby. The worship band begins its set and a pastor offers to pray privately with anyone during the service. When the sermon...

Best Buy embraces digital delivery of home video

Joshua Van Hoesen November 3, 2009

From The Associated Press   SAN FRANCISCO - Best Buy Co. is trying to nudge consumers away from its stores' DVD aisles by making it easier for them to rent and buy movies over high-speed Internet...

FCC chairman proposes `open Internet’ rules

Joshua Van Hoesen September 21, 2009

From The Associated Press NEW YORK - Wireless carriers shouldn't be allowed to block certain types of Internet traffic flowing over their networks, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission...

Want to read all about it online? It may cost you

Joshua Van Hoesen September 20, 2009

From The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO - With their advertising revenue drying up, newspaper publishers spent much of the spring and summer debating whether to cut off free online access to some...

Pigeon transfers data faster than South Africa’s Telkom

Joshua Van Hoesen September 9, 2009

From Reuters JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – A South African information technology company on Wednesday proved it was faster for them to transmit data with a carrier pigeon than to send it using Telkom...

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