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Why I don't review the latest tech releases

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Megan Ellis is a New Media student and young journalist at Rhodes University.
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on Friday, 13 July 2012
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As much as I love tech and blogging, I recently had a conversation with my lecturer wondering where I could go as a new media journalist and actually use all my skills and follow my interests. 

So often digital journalism relates to IT-related topics or tech watch. But why do I, someone who loves tech and gaming, not want to commit myself to writing about these?

Gadgets and tech for your inner child

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Megan Ellis is a New Media student and young journalist at Rhodes University.
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on Friday, 06 July 2012
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While this post's first entry isn't about a tech gadget itself, the product's creation is a result of technology. 

Enter Candy Bricks - bricks you can use to create things the same way as with LEGO - except that these can be eaten too.

The robot invasion has already begun

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Megan Ellis is a New Media student and young journalist at Rhodes University.
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on Sunday, 27 May 2012
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Now we know that we are nowhere near crafting artificial intelligence like C3P0 and R2D2 to help us save the galaxy from the Empire, but I know that scientists have created some mechanical marvels already. 

Robots are no longer confined to the realm of many-a-geeks' fantasies, but rather they are fast becoming essential tools in the world of technological development. 

Four gadgets/tech for all your First World problems

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Megan Ellis is a New Media student and young journalist at Rhodes University.
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on Monday, 21 May 2012
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Ever have a problem which, in the greater scheme of things is trivial, but really irks you anyway?

Well that's exactly what these gadgets and tech innovations were created for: to solve all your First World problems.

The future is already here: self-driving cars

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Megan Ellis is a New Media student and young journalist at Rhodes University.
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on Wednesday, 09 May 2012
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