by Bea November 26th, 2015
Alright, so you are heading to Texas for a business trip. You take a look in your wallet and notice that you are missing the company card, which is imperative to getting meals (obviously), and that you have a few personal cards that you do not really need to
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Keeping Your Home Safe With Your Phone

by Jessica B. November 19th, 2015
These days, having a smart phone means having your home security system in your pocket. There are many different apps you can use to make sure your home is safe when you are not around. Here are a few of my favorite apps that I use when I am out of town. Many of these functions are packaged with a security system installed by a known provider.

1) Lighting control – Many security apps offer the tool that you can control
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Tips for Keeping Your Facebook Really Private

by Jessica B. November 12th, 2015
Every few months, it seems they are making some sort of alternation to Facebook that risks exposing most of your personal details you thought you were only sharing with your 400 closest friends to the rest of the known world. Here are a few tips to make sure that the material you are putting out on social media is only reaching the people you want to reach.

1) Be picky – Even if you keep your Facebook on lockdown you
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  • Circa News for iOS

    by Scott Lindemann November 5th, 2015
    There are plenty of news reading apps to choose from in the iOS App Store. From RSS feed readers like Reeder or NetNewsWire, to mainstream publications like CNN and Al Jazeera, to social news services like Reddit and Digg, the variety can be staggering. With so much information to wade through, reading the news sometimes becomes an effort in futility, and for folks like yours truly, who prefer to
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  • What’s in Your Wallet?

    by Bea October 29th, 2015
    If you were to open my wallet, you would find some cash, coins, insurance cards, my drivers license, some credit cards, and a Sam Adams credit-card sized bottle opener. Wait, what? It comes in pretty handy, and although it is heavier than a credit card, I hardly ever realize that it is in my wallet! Plus, it is a great conversation starter. If you are looking for something with
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  • Watching Movies on Your Mobile Device

    by Jessica B. October 22nd, 2015
    Director David Lynch once described watching a movie on your mobile phone as practically criminal. Way too much of the actual movie watching experience is lost when you take an art form that is meant to be seen on the big screen, and condense it down to a few inches, according to Lynch. And while I do agree with him, the trouble arises when you have 4 hours on
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