Author Archives: Jeff Webb

About Jeff Webb

Jeffrey Webb is a recent graduate from the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University. He studied Computer Information Systems and International Business. In addition to his work at AZ Big Media, Jeffrey is the co-creator and owner of Date U, an online dating website for university students. Since graduation, he has continued his work in web development and design.

Easter Events Throughout The Valley

Easter Events
by in Events | Lists

Hippity, hoppity; Easter’s on its way. So if you haven’t already thought about what you’re doing for the holiday, you’re in luck because we have listed a few Easter events happening throughout the Valley. Here are a few Easter events in the Valley: Mesa Arizona Temple Visitors’ Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of… Read More →

The Republican Presidential Debate Viewing Party

Republican Presidential Debate at Mesa Arts Center
by in Business News | Events | Politics

On Wednesday, February 22, the Republican party held their primary debate here in Arizona. I ventured out into deep Mesa to cover the debate, but since I couldn’t actually get into the building, I decided to walk around outside the Mesa Arts Center, where a large, outdoor viewing party was being held. There were plenty of… Read More →

What Facebook Timeline Means For Job Seekers

Facebook Timeline
by in Careers | Marketing | Tech | Workforce

An Intro to Facebook Timeline It might be time to brush up on your Kierkegaard, because Facebook is about to become very existential. The new profile, called Facebook Timeline, is not concerned with what you are doing. It wants to know who you are. See the dramatic video below for a brief overview, or take… Read More →

Social Networking Apps For Your Phone

Social Networking apps for your phone
by in Lists | Tech

Mobile phone social networking apps are great. I can tune out the boring parts of my day (like school, work, driving, etc.) by just playing around on Facebook. The best part is that it makes me look like I’m busy sending important messages, so no one ever bothers me. Unfortunately, going on the same sites… Read More →

Chase Field Wi-Fi System Impresses

Fan Fest
by in Business News | Snapshot | Tech

Chase Field Wi-Fi On August 11, the Arizona Diamondbacks announced the optimization of the Chase Field Wi-Fi network. The move came as a pleasant surprise to Phoenix-area baseball fans and technophiles, who were not even aware that a new Wi-Fi system had been installed in the stadium. The organization hopes the new, improved network will… Read More →

Tech Blog: Google Plus vs. Facebook

Google Plus vs. Facebook
by in Blogs | Tech

Google Plus vs. Facebook You may have recently heard something about Google Plus, the new social networking site. Thousands of hip, social networkers have fled Facebook for Google’s potentially greener pastures. Should you be one of them? Read this and decide if Google Plus is really better than Facebook. The History – So Far On… Read More →

Canyoneering at Christopher Creek

Canyoneering at Christopher Creek
by in Play

Outsiders picture Arizona as nothing but a hot, dry desert, completely devoid of water, life, and relief from the oppressive, omnipresent sun. Being early August, most people around Phoenix would be inclined to agree with this statement. But if you stop for a minute, and take a look – by which I mean actually go… Read More →