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Recent Blog Posts

Apple Silicon: Mac Evolution

WWDC20, Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, took place in an online-only format this week, complete with its usual plethora of upcoming features on Apple software platforms. One announcement was particularly monumental: the Mac will soon swap out Intel x86 processors with Apple-designed ARM ones. Continue reading...

Epic Games' Free Game Frenzy: Worth It?

Since its launch in December 2018, the Epic Games Store has tried to entice users by giving away normally paid games for free. On an initially biweekly and now weekly basis, the user merely needs to claim the game to gain access for the lifetime of their account. I find it fascinating the company can afford to do this, so I want to analyze it from different angles. What is Epic Games' goal in all this, and are they achieving it? Continue reading...

Hulu's 396p Problem

I recently tried out Hulu for the first time. Though it falls a bit behind competitor Netflix in terms of name recognition, it has a decently wide variety of shows, especially ones normally locked to mainstream TV networks. However, I have a major problem with it that I want to publicize. Hulu deceptively advertises the service works in all modern web browsers, which is true, but is limited to a painfully blurry 396p resolution. Continue reading...

iPad has a mouse pointer. That's a big deal.

The latest update to Apple's iPadOS brought full mouse support to the iPad, and the newly revised iPad Pro will be available with a keyboard + trackpad attachment. But why has it taken a full decade to support this well-established feature in the world of computing? Continue reading...

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Featured Projects


iOS app built at BrickHack 6 that combines augmented reality and location data to display names of buildings on the RIT campus.

So Cool Bus

iOS app and website that powers a smart ice cream truck. Track the bus on a map and request it to come to your location.