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Wednesday, November 22, 2017



2020 Vision: The Future of Online Safety
ConnectSafely.org is a Silicon Valley, Calif.-based nonprofit organization dedicated to educating users of connected technology about safety, privacy and security. Here you’ll find research-based safety tips, parents’ guidebooks, advice, news and commentary on all aspects of tech use and policy.
Whether it’s social media, mobile technology or the “Internet of Things,” connected technologies bring us enormous advantages, along with some challenges. ConnectSafely’s job is to help users get the most from their technology while managing the risks and help decision makers craft sensible policies that encourage both innovation and responsible use. ConnectSafely has been a leading voice for rational, research-informed policies — not “moral panics” — when it comes to dealing with challenges brought about by emerging technologies.
Opinion: The world wide web can be a great tool for the public to use and it can also be a very dangerous place for children and adults alike.
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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

40 Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes for the Slow Cooker

Save space in your oven this Thanksgiving by using your slow cooker to whip up holiday favorites like turkey, sides, easy apps, cozy desserts and more. Save space in your oven this Thanksgiving by using your slow cooker to whip up holiday favorites like turkey, sides, easy apps, cozy desserts and more. Fresh thyme and marjoram lend amazing flavor to turkey breast. It comes out of the slow cooker perfectly tender. —Laurie Mace, Los Osos, California This is just one of the recipes.

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Monday, November 20, 2017



Telemarketers have been a pain in the general public’s behind for decades. Thanks to their interrupting us day and night, the telephone has been transformed from a convenience, into a source of annoyance and frustration.
How To Sue A TelemarketerA Manual For Restoring Peace On Earth One Phone Call At A Time is a tongue-in-cheek manual that shows the average citizen how they can fight back against a telemarketer by taking them to small-claims court. Half humorous and half How to, How to Sue a Telemarketer combines comedy with savvy information about the legal system and step-by-step instructions on how consumers can sue telemarketers.
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Saturday, November 18, 2017

Websites Vary Prices, Deals Based on Users' Information

It was the same Swingline stapler, on the same Staples.com website. But for Kim Wamble, the price was $15.79, while the price on Trude Frizzell's screen, just a few miles away, was $14.29.
A key difference: where Staples seemed to think they were located.
A Wall Street Journal investigation found that the Staples Inc. website displays different prices to people after estimating their locations. More than that, Staples appeared to consider the person's distance from a rival brick-and-mortar store, either OfficeMax Inc.or Office Depot Inc. ODP 1.23% If rival stores were within 20 miles or so, Staples.com usually showed a discounted price.
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Friday, November 17, 2017

35 Easy Dinners to Try This Winter



5-ingredient recipes prove that whipping up a delicious dinner doesn't need to be difficult. Soul-satisfying recipes like mac and cheese, beefy potpie and broccoli chicken casserole are sure to brighten up your winter-without any extra fuss.


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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Know Where to Check for Skin Cancer





Exposure to ultraviolet light—sunlight and tanning beds—is the main risk factor for skin cancer. Basal cell and squamous cell cancers are the most common types and are related to UV exposure adding up over the years. Melanoma—the deadliest form—is more strongly related to intense exposure and sunburn. Melanoma can occur anywhere on the skin, not just the sunburned area. Always check your whole body for changes in your skin, especially moles, but here are the most common skin cancer sites.

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Monday, November 13, 2017

Lego Land Virtual Roller Coaster Malaysia

Screams of terror pierced the air as I made my way up the steps to what used to be the terrifying Project X roller coaster. Legoland Malaysia, together with Merlin Magic Making, had given it a tech makeover: It's now the ostensibly less intimidating Great Lego Race. Still, I was nervous.
The Great Lego Race marries virtual reality and good old roller coaster thrills, then adds a dash of Lego fun. Riders zoom into a world made entirely of Lego bricks, where they careen aboard a Lego car and race Lego characters. The Malaysian theme park will be the first to launch the experience, later this month, followed by its resorts in Florida and Germany next year.
VR roller coasters aren't new. Last March, England's Alton Towers theme park opened the world's first such attraction, the Galactica. But previous rides have been targeted at an older crowd and at roller coaster enthusiasts. The Great Lego Race, on the other hand, is aimed at kids, perhaps Lego's biggest fans.
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Saturday, November 4, 2017




Meal train simplifies the organization of meal giving around significant life events. We strive to simplify and promote interpersonal relationships between friends, families and neighbors through meals.

A Meal Train is rooted in the idea that a meal is a symbolic gesture of one person's willingness to help another. The meal is a vehicle that allows the giving party the opportunity to show they care, that they hope to reduce a burden, and they willo be there for the receiving party in the future. This outreach is the true interpersonal connection and is one that helps foster inter-dependence, dialog, and compassion