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    Blogs Revisited Part 2

    Posted on Aug 10, 2017 2:21:30 PM by Gage Roland in Blogs

    As summer is wrapping up and we’re only two weeks away from the end of the semester, I feel like this is a good time to revisit my blogs and wrap them up or see what came of some of the topics I covered. I want to “close” the chapter of my current posts so I can start new next semester with some great ideas that I have regarding design and programming projects. It’s crazy to think I’ve already been an Ambassador for over a year and I only have one semester of college left.

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    Nintendo Switch Continued...

    Posted on Aug 9, 2017 5:29:42 PM by Edward Cieslak in blog, in Blogs, in Mario, in nintendo switch

    What's up all my dudes and dudettes! So it's been a while since I've talked about my Nintendo Switch so I figured I update you on how I like the system and the different games I've been playing on the Switch.

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    Indie Filmmaker

    Posted on Aug 9, 2017 10:29:31 AM by Jacob Turocy in Blogs

    Hello folks! Today I would like to talk about filmmaking, and working independently. When it comes to making a movie, I enjoy being on the production set the most. Sepcifically being behind the camera, whether this be Director of Photography or a camera operator, just being able to have the camera in my hands makes the day worthwhile.

    Check out some of videos I filmed on my website. I plan on adding more films to my reel after I complete my cinematography final.

    Below are some of the videos I shot.

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    Blogs Revisited Part 1

    Posted on Aug 5, 2017 1:04:20 PM by Gage Roland in Blogs

    As summer begins to wrap up and we're only two weeks away from the end of the semester, I feel like this is a good time to revisit my blogs and wrap them up or see what came of some of the topics I covered. I want to "close" the chapter of my current posts so I can start new next semester with some great ideas that I have regarding design and programming projects. It's crazy to think I've already been an Ambassador for over a year and I only have one semester of college left.

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    Gaming Passion Series: Part 1 [Character Creation]

    Posted on Aug 4, 2017 2:27:26 PM by Jordan Leong in blog, in Blogs, in game art and animation, in video games, in video game industry

    This is the beginning of my blog series, titled 'Gaming Passion Series' or GPS for short. Hopefully, each one of these discussions will spark some interest, inspire ideas, or simply fight off your boredom. So, let's get this started.

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    Multiplayer comes to Final Fantasy XV!

    Posted on Aug 4, 2017 1:29:35 PM by Austin Lee in Blogs

    With the new expansion, the newest Final Fantasy is able to connect friends and players in the vast world that Lucis! Closed online testing is available starting today until the 8th. With this new expansion, players will be able to customize their characters and choose the path that their character goes on.

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    Super Smash Bros. Melee Was Tampered With...

    Posted on Aug 3, 2017 10:14:16 AM by Austin Lee in Blogs

    With the week springing up on BlackHat and Defcon, there are a lot of security issues that people take for granted. In the Smash Bros. Community, competitive play is usually based off of good sportsmanship and fair play. For a game with no company support, an almost two-decade old console, and recent tournament mods to help improve the game, there would be tons of players that would use it for improvement and all the features it was intended for. There was one incident in North East Ohio (NEOH), that caused a stir-up in the community.

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    Your Car Wash Is (Also) a Vulnerable Computer

    Posted on Jul 29, 2017 10:27:07 AM by Gage Roland in 2017, in black hat, in blackhat, in Cars, in Cyber Security Degree, in defcon, in hacks

    Your Car Is a Vulnerable Computer

    Last October I talked about Andy Greenberg, senior writer for Wired, Charlie Miller, security engineer for Twitter, and Chris Valasek, director of vehicle safety research at Idactive creating an informative video to show how the safety features in cars can be hacked through the internet. You can see that here. I come to you nine months later with more interesting news; now you can drive your hacked car through a hacked car wash that will destroy your car and trap you in there.

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    Simple Tips on Personal Cyber Security

    Posted on Jul 28, 2017 11:13:52 AM by Jordan Leong in Blogs, in Cyber Security, in Human-Computer Interaction, in technology

    In the spirit of Black Hat/DEFCON week, I’ve decided to put together a list of important tips that users of any electronic devices should be wary of when it comes to their personal security. After all, nothing is worse than the possibility that all of your information could be stolen and used against you.

    So, here is my list of cyber security tips:

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    BlackHat and Defcon, Passwords and Security

    Posted on Jul 27, 2017 4:29:32 PM by Shawn McCoy in blackhat, in Blogs, in defcon, in #NETWORKSECURITY, in UAT

    Since Black Hat and Defcon are going on, I am going to talk about passwords. While creating and remembering your passwords can be annoying, they are incredibly important to your security online.

    With a basic password, for example something like 1234, could put you at risk for all sorts of attacks. This could lead to identity theft, stolen money, fake accounts or credit cards in your name, etc.

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