With the new school year in full swing, the thought of career planning and job prospects is back on the minds of the 17 million college students who returned to class earlier this  month. And for those recent grads who have yet to find relevant work experience – a whopping 48 percent of working grads are underemployed according to the Center for College Affordability – the thought of finding a pertinent, well-paying job is turning into a far-fetched dream. Read More
Each September 11th, Americans take a moment to remember the lives lost on that tragic day in 2001. Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, however, has had an additional commitment to fulfill on 9/11. On each anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Keefe has posted a photo to her social media accounts. And unlike the shocking images that are synonymous with 9/11, this one is joyful.

It’s a wedding photo. Read More
  The blogosphere has been buzzing since Apple’s unveiling of the Apple Watch at a special event in Cupertino on Tuesday, marking a new era for the tech giant. The general sentiment is that the watch is beautifully designed and loaded with features, but there remains much uncertainty about how the market will take to the Watch. Do iPhone owners really want to be tethered to yet another device?   AppealingStudio takes a look at the factors that work in favor and against widespread adoption of the Apple Watch. Read More
  Today was an eventful day in Cupertino. Apple held a special live event this morning, revealing its latest round of device slated to hit stores soon. Specifically, the iPhone 6 and the highly anticipated Apple Watch (Apple execs opted against the oft-rumored name iWatch) were introduced to an anxious crowd and tech junkies, media personnel, and developers. In addition to the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch, Apple threw its hat into the mobile payment ring with Apple Pay.   Here’s a breakdown of Apple’s latest tech revelations. Read More
  “Once in a while, something comes along that changes the way we live,” proclaims Jörgen Eghammer, Chief Design Güru at Ikea, in an advertisement touting the latest product release from the Swedish home furnishing giant. “A device so simple and intuitive, using it feels almost familiar.”   What is the revolutionary gadget that Eghammer is anxiously wanting to share with the world? A bookbook.   That’s right, a bookbook. Not a digital book, not an eBook, but a bookbook. More specifically, it’s Ikea’s 2015 catalogue. Read More