In our first article, Financial Management for College Students: A Web-Based Tool to Teach, Steve Anderson discusses a technological tool to help students learn about budgeting and financial mangagement.
Leslie P. Hitch shows how various technological innovations are affecting student affairs in Extreme Makeover: Technology's Effect on Student Affairs.
In thefacebook.com: Computer mediated social networking, Will Barratt and his colleagues describe undergraduate students' growing fascination with a web-based product used to enhance social networking and interaction on campuses.
Jeremy D. Dickerson takes us into the technological world of career services with Technological Trends in Career Services: Effects, Usage, and Ethics.
In The Feng Shui of Email Clutter, Stuart Brown tells us how to get our email organized, thus creating a more positive flow of energy in our lives.
And finally, Brian Cremins provides a faculty tale of woe caused by replying to a listserv instead of an individual in his A Cautionary Tale of List-Serv Etiquette.
Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking
Review by Stuart Brown