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  • Happy Thanksgiving
    Thanksgiving means many things to me. It’s a day to gather with friends and family to enjoy one another’s company. It’s a day that my daughter and I put together grandma’s famous fruit salad for everyone to enjoy (and she eats the cherries as fast as I can cut them!). It’s also a day when…
  • The Safe Connections Act Passes Congress, Pending Presidential Signature
    Cell phones have changed the way we work, play, and communicate with one another. They can be used to talk to loved ones anywhere in the world, do schoolwork, play games, and so much more. In fact, for many of us, it’s hard to imagine life without it. 323.6 million Americans own cell phones, most…
  • Protecting your passwords
    You’ve probably heard it before: “never write down your passwords. Use unique passwords for each website and memorize them.” It’s great advice, but it’s not always easy. In 2022, the average person has between 70 and 80 passwords they need to keep track of! This can sometimes lead to people using easily-guessed passwords (like their…
  • Period Tracker Apps and Safety
    After the recent supreme court ruling overturning Roe vs Wade, many of you are rightfully concerned about your rights, your health, and your safety. One of the ways this has manifested is mistrust of many period tracker apps when you can’t control your data or ensure it’s being properly safeguarded- the worry being that the…
  • Removing Unwanted Network Devices from your Wifi
    In some cases, an abusive partner may add new devices to a wireless network in order to monitor and harass their victim. For example, cameras, microphones, smart home devices, and more are relatively easy to conceal and may be used to listen in on conversations. When the bad actor (that is, whoever is trying to…