These Robots Deliver

“They’re coming to get me!” That was the caption my college freshman jokingly texted several weeks ago when she took a picture of the newly debuted delivery robots roaming the Purdue University campus. About 30 food-delivery bots began scouring portions of the West Lafayette Campus in early September. The robots are a pilot program being […]

Emma M. Nutt Day

National Pie Day.  Left Hander’s Day. The first day of summer. Memorial Day. Every date on the calendar seems to have a special designation or event to recognize. Some celebrations may be better known than others, but not a day goes by that doesn’t have a unique designation. September 1st is no exception. That day’s […]

Download Speeds

There’s an old saying that “slow and steady wins the race. ” Those words of wisdom may be true about a lot of things, but internet speed is not likely one of them. At a time when homes have multiple devices connected to the internet and so much of our daily activity is internet-driven, slow […]

Privacy Policies

For most of us, the idea of having and using passwords has become a normal part of life. We are used to supplying passwords and passcodes to unlock our homes, our cars, our accounts—anything that is private. Because industries like ETC are businesses that have sensitive customer information on file, passwords are a part of […]

iPhone: The Inspector Gadget of Phones

Sometimes I feel like my iPhone is a handheld “Inspector Gadget.” It has so many hidden features and does so many cool things—I wouldn’t be surprised if I had an option to make a propeller pop out of the top and carry my phone away, or an option to extend a folding metal arm with […]