Coming up with a new password for different websites can be a pain, and is something that we have to do more and more often. Pretty much every website requires a password now, and for those of us who like to do absolutely everything online, password security is a big deal. Someone getting ahold of my passwords would give them access to virtually my whole life – my online banking, bills, and lots of shopping sites.
It’s hard to believe that Facebook, the biggest giant of social media, has been around for 10 years now. Facebook has of course made a huge impact on the world as we know it. I can’t believe that 10 years ago, it was hard to keep in touch with friends that didn’t live close by, and you didn’t know every little detail about what‘s going on in everyone’s lives.
How many of us have moved our communication primarily to the Internet or to text messages? I know I have. I used to dread making phone calls because you never knew if the person was going to pick up, and then you might have to leave a dreaded voicemail, in which you might blather on like a moron because you forgot why you called. Not that I’ve ever done that or anything.
The joke is that Al Gore invented the Internet, right? So who technically owns it? Good question and I’m sure that a lot of different people have a lot of different answers. But…
Worried about the future of your company? It might surprise you to realize you hold your business’ future in your hands. It’s what you do — or rather what you don’t do — that sets your course for success or failure.
An article that was published recently on Mashable highlights the fact that as many as 1 in 5 (or 17%) of kids uses a mobile device every day. In comparison, only 14% use a computer and 58% watch TV.
It’s interesting that kids are using mobile devices so much. The data that was collected to come up with these statistics was from kids ages 0 to 8. So we’re not even talking about middle or high school kids who could realistically purchase or take care of these devices themselves. This is indicating that parents provide these devices for kids to use, right?