Author Archives: alinacasari

Get in the Social Swing!

I was speaking with a friend a few days ago and I recommended that she take Social Media and Digital Business (because it’s awesome). She insisted that she hated social media and therefore was not interested in the class. She asked “what do you even learn in that? Are you now proficient in social media? […]

Workout for Free!

I think I’ve tried at least 10 different workout apps in the past few months on my search for the best and most helpful app- it has not been an easy task. The workout app space has TONS of options to choose from, but so many of them are lacking features. Many cost money but […]

Track Your Trips With Travel Timeline

Late last year TripAdvisor introduced “Travel Timelines“. They sounded pretty cool from the press release so I decided to try it out. Admittedly, my attention span is quite short and so I turned the feature on but then I completely forgot about it. That is, I forgot about it until I realized a few weeks […]

Have you heard about Jopwell?

“Job Opportunities Done Well” = Jopwell Jopwell was started in 2014, as a way for black, Hispanic/latino, and Native American students and professionals to connect with companies. If you are unfamiliar with the company, this article is pretty helpful background information. Jopwell is similar to LinkedIn, but is intended for minorities to connect with employers […]

Put it in Drive

Have you ever written an entire paper on Word and then had your computer crash only to realize you never saved? And then remember that external hard drive you bought to back up all your files is still sitting in the box unopened? Maybe it’s just me, but this is a huge problem I see […]

The Power of the Finsta

Finsta: For those of you unfamiliar with the term, a Finsta is a fake Instagram. The first time I made a Finsta was as a joke with my friend. We didn’t follow the conventional method of posting outwardly embarrassing photos, but we did post a collection of photos we didn’t want to purposely show others. We […]

Initial Thoughts on Social Media

“I can’t wait for my high school reunion to see how everyone turned out…” I guess I wanted everyone to know I thought this Facebook page was funny when I liked it back in the 8th grade. In my defense, that was when the majority of my newsfeed was my friends liking random pages with funny tag lines […]