For parents & kids, it’s critical to be able to connect via calls or texting. Setting up Emergency Bypass on iOS10 lets you get around “do not disturb.”
Having a family conversation about social media and being a digital citizen is incredibly important. TheSmartTalk.org offers a great way to do this!
Sponsored review of the mobile app & web service “Know Your Stuff” which lets you create a digital inventory of your properties for insurance records.
Warning about a malicious Word macro that comes as an email attachment with “_contract.doc” as part of the file name. Also contains analysis about threat.
An Open Letter to parents who drive or pick their children up from school. Some advice to take or leave as parents see fit.
Review of the NETGEAR Arlo Q – a high-definition WiFi security camera with 2-way audio, night vision and free cloud storage. And it’s powered by a wall plug!
Nowadays, developing a digital reputation is critical, but just as important is its maintenance. #MentorME campaign aims to show how key this is.
Should brick & mortar stores be allow to ask for children’s email addresses or should laws similar to COPPA apply? A concerned father’s thoughts.
Review of the Parrot Bebop & MiniDrone as well as drone safety tips. The MIniDrone is ideal for learning & teaching while the Bebop is more advanced.
Watch out for this Google Docs Phishing Scam as it looks very legitimate. I almost fell for it. Here are the warning signs and what to look out for!
Review of the Ring doorbell which gives you a motion detection video camera with 2-way voice dialog and a doorbell that rings anywhere you are connected.
Watch out for a telephone scam supposedly from the United States Treasury. It’s not! Tips to avoid falling victim to a telephone scam.
Instead of restricting children’s smartphone usage, use AT&T Smart Limits to monitor and make discoveries for later discussion. Here’s how.
Review of the NETGEAR Arlo video security system, an easy-to-setup, no-wires, HD camera security system for your home or business.
I receive a lot of advertising and guest blogger solicitations on my site. To set the record straight, I don’t currently allow guest blogging and the advertisers I choose must be reputable, well-known, and/or part of a network. This morning I received an email via my contact form from a “Josephine Bergson” from “the LLT Consulting company” who said they wanted to place banner ads on my website, stating they could “pay up to $950.00/month.” Wow, I thought, that’s a pretty high rate. But when you get these types of “offers,” as a blogger, you need to be very careful about …