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8 INTERNET PRIVACY SAFETY TIPS TO STAY PROTECTED

ur lives have increasingly mingled with technology for years, but the pandemic took things to a new level. Video conferencing and social media allowed us to stay connected while apart, but it also left us more vulnerable to cybercriminals. In this article, we’ll give you some internet privacy safety tips to help manage your digital footprint. EASY WAYS TO STAY SECURE ONLINE ... Read More »

Moving Blogger custom-domain and email service from DomainDiscount24 to DreamHost

This article tracks the process and learnings as I tranfer my Blogger related services (ie custom website name and assoicated email addresss) from DomainDiscount24 to a new service – so far I’ve chosen DreamHost for this. Note: most of my posts on this blog are completed how-to articles. This is a little different, in that it’s a work-in-progress. So far, ... Read More »

What To Expect From Spring/Summer

Fashion Week Trend #1: Modern Ballerina The catwalk is covered in loads of pastel blossoms. Fine shoes with satin ribbons are wrapping themselves around the model’s ankles for a soft-footed appearance. Indeed, the attendees of the Dior show must have felt like part of a dance performance. The dark parquet, the strong eye makeup and the flowy black dresses reminded ... Read More »

Needed—A Global Approach to Data in the Digital Age

Global principles on data policy can help level the playing field while addressing financial stability and inclusion, competition, and privacy. Companies around the world are engaged in a digital data gold rush, panning the digital economy for our personal data, sifting flecks of it in online pools and streams of our preferences, choices, and locations. Data is the ultimate portable ... Read More »

5 REASONS YOU SHOULD GO TO AN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Choosing the appropriate international school for your child is crucial. Parents consider a lot of factors before enrolling their children in school. Location, modes of transportation, parental review, academics, co-curricular activities, and holistic development opportunities are all factors to consider. However, amid all of these factors, curriculum selection is a critical factor that may influence a parent’s decision to enroll a child ... Read More »

People find user-generated content more authentic to tell the story

“Video circulating on social media shows a massive explosion rocking central Beirut,”  reads the beginning of the Guardian’s description of this shocking video footage taken by citizens. The video fragment is a piece of history. Social media and technologies are opening the whole new vista for news, with its unprecedented speed of reaction to breaking events. User-generated content is also called “citizen ... Read More »

YouTube Co-Founder Changes Description of First-Ever Video on Site to Oppose Hiding Dislike Count

YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim has reacted to the video streaming platform’s changes to the dislike option, saying it’s “a stupid idea”. YouTube recently announced that it will stop showing dislike counts on all videos hosted on its platform to protect creators from harassment and targeted attacks. But the decision has not gone down well with many YouTube users, including some ... Read More »

​10 TIPS HOW TO USE YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA WHILE BLOGGING

Writing good posts is just a halfway done job for a blogger. Relying on organic traffic is not going to give your blog good visibility while doing SEO is costly. Bloggers need to find the platforms where their posts have more chances to get noticed and go viral. Social media networks work undeniably, especially if you follow these 10 tips. 1. ... Read More »

GE Appliances, Einride Team Up to Operate Automated Electric Trucks in US

Swedish freight tech company Einride has joined hands with GE Appliances to launch its slick self-driving electric trucks in the US. The Pod trucks have no driver cabins and are remotely controlled. Einride, which has been operating internationally since 2019, will initially provide six electric and one autonomous pod to GE for operation at its locations in Tennessee, Georgia, and ... Read More »

The 13 Best Education Articles from April: How States Are Planning to Reverse COVID Slide, Innovative Strategies For Building a More Diverse Teacher Workforce & More

Showdowns over reopening schools, racial reckonings playing out in Minnesota and Connecticut, ambitious state proposals to reverse COVID learning loss — these were just a few of the exclusives and storylines that resonated most passionately with our readers in April. And as the national media was focused on the trial of Derek Chauvin, convicted of murdering George Floyd, we also ... Read More »