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A 3D Printer that prints Makeup? I’ll take one, please.

A 3D Printer that prints Makeup? I’ll take one, please.

I have been tweeting a bit about the Disrupt NY Hackathon, but there was a particular concept that really caught my attention. What if you could select any color from a color picker, or in a program like Photoshop, and then print your own make-up? I’ll take one please. There is a new use for 3D […]

May 7, 2014 | By | Reply More
Google’s New Classroom

Google’s New Classroom

A day like today is one where I am so proud to be a part of the migration of FIT to Google Apps for Education. After the announcement this morning from Google about its preview of “Classroom” I had a flurry of email asking if we would have this, and more importantly…when? Right now you […]

May 6, 2014 | By | Reply More
.nyc domain rollout is launching

.nyc domain rollout is launching

The only free address in NYC is in the digital world and here is your chance to get it. First round of applications will go to business with a physical address in the five boroughs and the business must be registered with the Trademark Clearinghouse. After October 8th, the process may open up to personal domain […]

May 6, 2014 | By | Reply More
Tech Tips for Saving your Work

Tech Tips for Saving your Work

Tech Tips for Saving your Work It’s that time of year again, finals! We know how stressful this time is as a student and how devastating it can be if your digital work is lost. So, we would like to offer our advice in hopes to save some of you from the stress of lost […]

May 6, 2014 | By | Reply More
Alumni Tribute

Alumni Tribute

  A little known secret from the California Institute of the Arts alumni is getting a lot of attention the past couple of days. As tribute to their alma mater, CalArts grads hide the characters “A113” in their work in honor of their animation classroom, room A113. Otherwise, this is called an “Easter Egg”.  The […]

May 5, 2014 | By | Reply More
New Google Sheets Features

New Google Sheets Features

I always cringe when I say “new” because one of the benefits of being part of Apps for Education is that on most Google upgrades we have a 30 day window from general release to educational release. This is great because it give us time to make announcements about upcoming changes, and let Google work the […]

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Hall and Oates Go Google

Hall and Oates Go Google

I have been spending way too much time in “Google Land” as we are migrating the campus and came across this video and thought it a perfect thing to share on a Friday afternoon. Happy weekend everyone!

May 2, 2014 | By | Reply More
WiFi in Dorms

WiFi in Dorms

FIT Residential Life ‏@FITResLife For the amount I pay to live here , it’s AMAZING how wifi in the dorms NEVER works. Dear Jonathan, Sorry to hear you are having a problem with WiFi.  Please contact call 212-217-HELP (4357) if you are unable to connect or if you have a low signal from your location. In order […]

May 2, 2014 | By | Reply More
May 1st: WordPress Upgraded to 3.9

May 1st: WordPress Upgraded to 3.9

We have upgraded to WordPress 3.9, “Smith”, today. You will see a few important feature upgrades that will greatly help in your editing processes. I am especially excited about working with media with the new changes. Hosting a multi-site instance of WordPress is never easy, and each blog is in its own way its own […]

May 1, 2014 | By | Reply More
Alumni WorkRoom Wifi Signal

Alumni WorkRoom Wifi Signal

FIT Residential Life ‏@FITResLife  Apr 28 @FITTechHelp comment: alumni workroom wifi connection is non-existent making it very difficult to get work done Dear Alejandra, TechHelp sent our Networking Team to address the issue of wireless connectivity in the Alumni Hall Workroom. They checked the equipment and found nothing to be damaged. They were able to […]

April 29, 2014 | By | Reply More