Chris Mejia
TEHCNOLOGY COLUMN | iPod nano sets the bar high with handy, fun features

When it first came out, the original iPod conquered the music industry and became the standard by which any other media player was measured. By […]

TECHNOLOGY COLUMN | Web offers access, not accuracy

Back in the early days of the World Wide Web, before the Internet became virtually omnipresent in businesses and households, the idea of an “Information […]

Technology column: In everyone we trust?

Wikipedia has been hailed as one of the most successful collaborative Web projects of all time. Hosting over 3 million articles in English alone, the […]

TECHNOLOGY COLUMN | A music player you can operate eyes-free

  When you open its tiny box, the first thing you notice about Apple’s newest generation of the iPod Shuffle isn’t its miniscule dimensions — […]

TECH COLUMN | Mejia: Kindle inherently less useful than iPod

Amazon’s Kindle e-book reader has much in common with Apple’s iPod: a sleek, white design, a huge content library and a compact form. But while […]

TECH COLUMN | Mejia: Twitter generates buzz on the news scene

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Step aside, bloggers: Your days as the go-to reporters of the Internet are […]

Mejia: Obama’s tech savvy may boost gov’t.

All eyes are on President Obama as he embarks on the process of reversing America’s struggling economy while dealing with international turmoil. So much so, […]

Mejia: Merging television and the Web

Digital media and television are on a collision course. Convergence between online content and consumer electronics has been a recent buzzword among the tech community. […]

Mejia: User-generated content: A fad, or here to stay?

Since YouTube was founded in early 2005, it has hosted over 80 million videos. In 2006, Time Magazine declared “you” the Person of the Year. […]

Mejia: Cloud computing puts apps online

If I told you the next big thing in tech was going to be cloud computing, you might be a little confused. After all, clouds […]

Mejia: Technology lags behind green movement

Green is in. Everywhere you look, you see efforts to reduce the environmental footprint humans create. But it seems technology has yet to catch onto […]