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Tech Resolutions: 4 Steps Towards Digital Clean-Up

You know the old adage about the cobbler’s children going barefoot? Well, sometimes that is me. Not that I make shoes, but as a tech person, a social media and digital consultant and teacher, and a writer, I’m always advising people to do this and that. But it seems I don’t always follow my own advice. …

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7 Ways to Protect Your Online Accounts

I’m not kidding. This is the email I received from Walmart the other morning: “Dear Linda, At Walmart we take your security and privacy very seriously. We use a variety of services and tools to help protect you, and our monitoring suggests someone might be trying to take advantage of your account. As a precaution …

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7 Battery Myths Debunked

Winter storm “Jonas” (why does the Weather Channel insist we name All. The. Storms.?) reminded me how increasingly dependent we have all become on batteries. “Sorry, I might lose my power, so I won’t be on Facebook,” people posted, knowing that their laptops, tablets and phones wouldn’t be able to be recharged should the electricity …

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6 Tips for a Holiday Tech Tune-Up

Whenever we visit family for the holidays they usually ask my husband to troubleshoot their electronics. He makes sure everything is running well and operating safely. My dad doesn’t need any help, but my sister-in-law and mom always appreciate the tune up! Everyone from your grandmother to your youngest nieces and nephews have tech, but …

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