Story: Sep 26, 2014
CIA's Community Works series focuses on socially engaged art...
CIA Exhibition: Aug 28, 2014
2014 Faculty Exhibition
Story: Sep 22, 2014
Television and film writer teaching narrative writing at CIA
Events: Oct 03, 2014
Lunch On Fridays: Haishan Deng
Social: about 21 hours ago via Facebook
The Cleveland Institute of Art's academic series, Community Works, shifts into high gear next week with the arrival of Stephen Vetter, a renowned international ...
Story: Sep 16, 2014
CIA Professor Tina Cassara inspires Sculpture Center exhibit...
Events: Oct 11, 2014
CIA Portfolio Day
Story: Aug 27, 2014
New residence hall welcomes first-year students in comfort, ...
Events: Oct 18, 2014 @ William Busta Gallery in Cleveland, OH
A Creative Life featuring Paul Yanko
Blog: Oct 01, 2014
10/2-5: Bertolucci's new film Me And You, A Fistful of Dollars, Bound by Flesh & more!
Blog . iFlash Drive
The scourge of the Apple community has been the inability to easily and efficiently share files with their PC friends. This is a problem of the past! HyperDrive has just released a flash drive for the iPad that is compatible with a PC, MAC, or iPhone. Not only that, but the files inside of the iPad will be displayed easily for viewing so that you don't have to be a computer hacker to understand which files you want and need to drag and drop. Unfortunately, the prices for this flash drive is ridiculous. For the price of an 32 GB iFlash Drive of space, you could buy 1.5 TBs of space on a PC. But there are no other companies making anything like an iFlash drive, with the exception of camera flash drive readers, so your options are limited. In my opinion, wait for another company to do the same thing in about 6 months if you can't afford the $100 for a pathetic 8GB of space (enough space for 5 full-length movies). You could also just shuffle through your files by exploring the iPad when it's connected to your computer (and risk ruining the files). But if you need to back up your files, share some pictures with your PC friends, or whatever and have a few hundred dollars laying around at your place, go ahead and spend the money. Buy an iFlash Drive