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I am a 20 year old College Student pursuing a degree in Organizational Communications as well as Management Information Systems . I have worked for UCO Information Technology since October of 2009. Outside of work I am active on campus as the current Student Body Treasurer. I am also a Co-Founder of Beta Upsilon Chi UCO chapter, which is a Christian brotherhood organization on campus.
By Tylar Claypool on July 26, 2010
There is now a faster more user friendly way of performing your normal Facebook routine.
By Tylar Claypool on April 23, 2010
Bring your childhood monsters to life with the new CrazyFace application from E-zone. This application comes with 4 different characters that mimic your noises/sentences.
By Tylar Claypool on April 21, 2010
You got yourself a new iPad! So a question that you are probably asking yourself is, “how can I get the most out of my device?”, or more specifically, “how can I use my iPad’s capabilities to boost my productivity as a student?” In this article I will show you how to maximize your productivity using the iPad
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