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Most of the time I feel as though my tech devices and I are in a toxic relationship. This semester has challenged us both, for better and for worse. It became a constant battle everyday of me using tech to escape the reality of school. Yet, having to use it…


Let me tell you about 2020 in two words, it sucks. Most people in the United States are losing their normal way of life. Businesses are struggling to find new ways of adapting to this COVID-19 world by constructing contactless orders, investing in e-commerce, and many other ways that go…


Lets be honest. If you have ever taken the time to read through the fine print of terms and conditions when downloading a new app, software, etc. you’re one of three things.

  1. A loser
  2. An academic looking to find a discovery
  3. Someone who needs a new hobby

When studies such…


Being online is my reality. It’s yours too. Us peers in school right now all are dependent upon being online. I feel an immense connection to the study finding that, “online identity narratives are constructed together with other people” (Page et al 2013). In all my classes I tend to…


When I spend time with the older people in my family, I’m always thankful I’ve always been immersed with technology. It’s often about every hour or so I’m tasked with teaching them how to do a basic function. However, I’m not mad. From their perspective I’d be confused too. Who…

Kyle St. Germain

https://www.instagram.com/kylesaintgermain/?hl=en Sophomore at the University of Minnesota studying Marketing and Journalism

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