Good things come to those who wait (kind of). After years of being known as the faces of dejection from "The Social Network," the Winklevoss twins have, over the last eight months, become the faces of Bitcoin. Last April, the New York Times revealed that the twins have created one of the largest portfolios of the completely digital currency out there.
No, your phone isn’t broken - getting less than a hundred emails a day is normal. This is what breaks are meant to feel like! But if you realize you’ve already started missing the constant notifications, we at Flyby have compiled a list of things you can do to remedy your email withdrawal.
A group of Harvard College women gathered Wednesday night for a roundtable discussion about women’s futures in technology. The meeting, led by four women with successful careers in the field, was organized by the Harvard College Women’s Center.
Education professor Howard E. Gardner ’65 and information assistant professor Katie Davis discussed young adults’ increasing dependence on electronic devices at a Cambridge Forum meeting Monday evening at First Parish Church in Harvard Square.
As we struggle throughout the mayhem of our college years, here are a few tips and tricks in app form to get you through the week. Channel your inner Bob Barker as you read this.
A month after the Obama administration launched a fault-ridden website for healthcare services, technology and politics expert Clay Shirky pointed out errors in the planning and implementation of HealthCare.gov.
Lauren and Olivia taking a selfie in front of all of Lauren’s Instagrams that have been printed out for wall decorations.
You can make this...
...From this. Anyone can Instagram!
Welcome to The Verdict, Flyby's newest advice column! We know most of you on campus consider yourselves to be “tech savvy,” but the ultimate measure of social media success is arguably Instafame. If you’re confused by what that means, stop reading now. Instagram launched in 2010 and over the years other social media forms (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) have had to begrudgingly make room for this photo editing and sharing app. Instasuccess is everything. So, naturally, Harvard—recently voted #1 social media college—had to get in on the game; hence the emergence of the popular #HarvardinAutumn hashtag campaign. Whether you’re an insta veteran or a newbie, everyone can always use a refresher on how to play the Instafield. Without further ado, we present to you: Instagram 101.
This weekend, Harvard affiliates presented inventive solutions meant to make the world safer and confront public safety issues during the first annual Public Safety Innovation Hackathon at the Harvard Innovation Lab this past weekend.
Editor’s Note: While we at Flyby love giving you advice, we’ll be the first to admit that we don’t always quite know what we’re talking about when we do. But rest assured, dear readers—here is some advice worth taking notes on. In the hope of helping you to land that dream internship and/or job, we’re proud to present the advice of a real live Silicon Valley Professional, Jeremy L. Lizt ’97. Take it away, Jeremy.
'Tis the season for new Apple releases, and with Apple announcing that the latest version of their operating system will for the first time be a free release, it’s almost like Christmas came early. But beyond the irresistible price and cat-free name, what’s new? Here are some highlights.
Whether it is used to wake you up in the morning, remind you to do your laundry before lunch, or fill that awkward silence a few minutes before class starts, your smartphone is a necessity. However, you may have been frustrated by the appalling scarcity of apps specificly designed for Harvard struggles. Here is a list of apps that should, but don’t exist (yet). CS50 kids, pay attention: