By Joe Grist Web Content Contributor Finals are coming up quick! Many of you have been busier than ever, and as the end of the semester draws near, that schedule is only getting tighter. While being productive is great, it’s … Continue reading Tech Tips for Finals
By Joe Grist Blog Content Contributor With the introduction of personal assistants like Google Home and Amazon Echo, intelligent machines are no longer limited to private research and computing but are instead becoming a part of our everyday lives. This … Continue reading Should We Be Worried About Artificial Intelligence?
By Joe Grist Blog Content Contributor If it wasn’t obvious before, it’s crystal clear now. We cannot allow ourselves to entrust our personal data to large corporations and entities without a system of checks-and-balances. Time and time again, we have … Continue reading Big Data Shouldn’t Be In the Hands of the Powerful Few
By Joe Grist Blog Content Contributor We’re in a golden era of technology. There’s no doubt about it. It seems that new apps, startups, companies and even forms of currency are popping up every day. It’s almost impossible to keep … Continue reading How Safe is Your Private Data?
By Avery Dawson Music Journalist 1. The Mamas & The Papas – Dedicated To The One I Love Starting off with a not-so-classic throwback, “Dedicated To The One I Love” draws on the yearning love in couples that are distanced … Continue reading Season of Love: A Playlist
By Andrew Zimmel Co-Host and Award Winning Sandwich Maker Brenden Snow and I break down the latest sports news from around San Marcos and the nation. Starting with Texas State Men’s Basketball (1:57) and their 1-1 split on their Georgia … Continue reading Riding the Pine: Episode Seven
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor I really love attending concerts, and I’m a big fan of smaller venues because I appreciate the more personal feel you get from the artist as they perform. However, we live in a world … Continue reading No-Phone Concert Zone
By Jashel Negron Blog Content Contributor When you hear the word radio, you probably think of that thing that plays the same music on repeat for about a month, and has annoying breaks in between them with commercials that have … Continue reading Radio is Your Grandaddy
By Kimberly Clay Other Side Drive Executive Producer Before his performance at KTSW and Buzzmill’s Hot Starry Nights kickoff concert, Attic Ted came by the KTSW studio to talk about his eclectic music and eccentric theatrical performance art. Attic Ted … Continue reading Attic Ted Drops into Other Side Drive
By Kimberly Clay Other Side Drive Executive Producer Other Side Drive hosts, Alex and Barbara, invite Samantha Alcozer and Michael Torres into the studio to talk about American Youthwork’s two programs: Youthbuild and Texas Conservation Corps. Their mission is “to … Continue reading American Youthworks Visits Other Side Drive
By Edgardo Hernandez Blog Content Contributor Technology has always had this futuristic presence to it. Something that may seem foreign to someone, or even intimidating. This presence tends to ward people off whenever problems come up, whether it be that … Continue reading Leave It To the Geniuses
By: Chelsea Seifert KTSW News As oil prices have been plummeting, cheaper gas has made its way back into the U.S. making gas the cheapest it’s been since 2009. Prices at the pump are far from a bad thing for the … Continue reading Lower Gas Prices Around the United States
April 23rd, 2014 Hosts – Ishmael Johnson, Warren Schorr and Kirk Jones Producer – Skye Wallace Editor – Ishmael Johnson *A special edition of Bobcat Radio had Ryan Baker, CEO and founder of Arch Aerial on the show to discuss … Continue reading Bobcat Radio – Interview with Arch Aerial’s Ryan Baker
Elisha Colip KTSW News Since 2004 Apple sales have greatly increased according to a chart on aaplinvestors.net. It has become increasingly more common to see people with multiple Apple products as the attraction to the brand continues to grow with … Continue reading Apple Domination