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Can You Ever Have Too Many Screens? Razer doesn’t think so.

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By: Bryce Swiggum     Many people use multiple monitor setups for work and recreation. These setups require a plethora of additional monitors that can take up space and require their own power cabling. Even with the rise of ultrawide monitors, it is hard to take your full setup with you when you travel, especially […]Continue reading «Can You Ever Have Too Many Screens? Razer doesn’t think so.»

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Computer Internal Hardware

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Authors: Steven Dieter, Evan Marshall, and Bryce Swiggum Editor: Bryce Swiggum     In this tutorial, we will go over the key parts of a computer’s internal hardware and explain the purpose, common manufacturers, product range, and price points of the required and common optional parts to a computer. This guide will mostly be talking […]Continue reading «Computer Internal Hardware»

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Printing At NWU

Printing at NWU is free of charge for all students and staff. There are laser printers available in the library computer labs and in each of the Olin computer labs. These printers can be accessed during the hours of each building. The Olin labs can also be accessed 24 hours by fobbing into the Olin […]Continue reading «Printing At NWU»

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Campus Printing

Connect your Computer to Campus Residence Hall Printers     General Walk-Through   Go to Devices, then Printers.  Click Add Printer. Add by IP address. Enter the IP address from the which printer you are trying to use, found below. Confirm the printer selection. Print Test Page.   For a more detailed walk-through please select your […]Continue reading «Campus Printing»

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Brain-To-Brain Communication

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By: Fiona Dahlberg Edited by: Bryce Swiggum   Brain-to-brain communication allows minds to communicate directly, without speaking a word. It sounds like something out of a Sci-Fi movie, intriguing but frightening at the same time, yet it is slowly becoming reality. In August of 2013 the University of Washington has successful in the first non-invasive […]Continue reading «Brain-To-Brain Communication»

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