When it comes to protecting your digital data, it’s important to be aggressive about your security rather than just assuming everything is going to take care of itself. If you’re passive about the most critical aspects of your privacy, then there’s a good chance that someone can exploit that at some point if you aren’t prepared.
If you’re new to web design, you probably already know that you’ve got a lot to learn. It’s important not to allow yourself to be overwhelmed by all the “how-to” tutorial articles available online. When you’re eating a pizza, you have to eat it one piece at a time.
Learning about web design is easier when you break it down into pieces, and digest the information slowly. Here is a quick overview of a few foundational design aspects that will make your website more effective.
Communication is super important
Communication is not only vital to your success in life, it is vital to your digital success as well. You have to find a way to include several different attempts to make contact with web users, and really listen to what they have to say about your site. [Read more…]
Technology is not the first thing in most people’s minds to be paired with addiction, but it is becoming more and more common. Technology addiction may be more difficult to recognize than other stereotypical addiction issues due to the thorough infiltration of technology into our everyday lives. Most of us use some type of technology every single day, so how does one spot a seeding addiction on the rise? Here are a few signs and symptoms of technology addiction.
Spending excess time using some form of technology.
When it comes to addictions many people know the usual culprits. Alcohol, prescription medication, and hard drugs. What many people don’t realize though is that you can get addicted to just about anything.
There are two types of addiction. One which creates a physical dependency within our bodies to the point where if we don’t give it to our system our system goes into shock. The second kind of addiction is a mental dependency. Something becomes so routine and automatic for us that it becomes an addictive action out of habit and belief that we are better off with it in our routine. [Read more…]
Criminals don’t care if you’re poor. They don’t care if you’re sick. Criminals don’t even really care if you’re rich. They’re into equal opportunity. No matter where the opportunity knocks, if the door is easy to break down, they’re in and they’re out to take you for all that you’re worth.
Granted, in a normal situation like theft, a criminal may be more apt to break into a home that looks like there is a lot of money inside. However, criminals also know that with big money often comes big security. [Read more…]