A Beginners Guide to On-line Security

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In May of 2013, the Huffington Post reported teens send and receive over one hundred text messages per day. It is said 94% of teenagers are using social media. Finally a tool has been developed to educate our young users of technology in appropriate on-line habits and security best practice. Throughout A Beginners Guide to On-line Security, Wendi Finn will … [Read more...]

Amazing World Giveaway!

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MacArthur Foundation recently did a study which found that online gaming and social networking are beneficial to children. It taught them basic technical skills and how to communicate in the Information Age. Like everything else in life, there must be balance. Computer games are the end of our civilization if we allow our children to play them. As this … [Read more...]

No More Making Money Off Twitter

From Twitter today: For this reason, aside from Promoted Tweets, we will not allow any third party to inject paid tweets into a timeline on any service that leverages the Twitter API. What does this mean? If you are a user of sites like Sponsored Tweets, then you can't use them anymore unless they change how they operate.  Twitter's post doesn't explain … [Read more...]

Sick and Sicker

I didn't drop off the face of the earth.  I swear.  Instead, everyone in my house has decided to get sick including me.  Seriously.  I started with Will and his nasty cough that was keeping him up all night.  He still has the nasty cough a week later, but it's not keeping him up.  Then we had me and my runny nose/sore throat.  Mine is off and on and more … [Read more...]