15 tips to Protect your Digital Life

How much of “you” is stored inside your smartphone? For some of you, the answer will be “My entire life.” And that’s practically true. For many, all sorts of highly private, sensitive information, including photos, are stored in that little device called a smartphone....more

iPads are Why Your Baby Won't Get into Harvard

Your kid may be the best screen swiper of all time, able to create giggle-inducing hairstyles in the Toca Boca salon app, but all those iPad hours are keeping your child from building the skills they need for future endeavours, including fine motor skills. We've long heard about how devices are affecting social skills, but now we're also hearing about how a lack of imaginative play can affect children long-term, behaviour-wise and skill-wise. ...more
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6 ways to declutter your digital life

It’s the New Year so time for new starts and new resolutions. With a new year upon us, now is a good time to clean out the clutter. Clutter is overwhelming, messy and inefficient and it transcends in both our physical and digital lives.Here are some tips to help clear the clutter out of your digital world.1. Backup the Data on Your DevicesYou are (hopefully) about to delete lots of stuff....more

A Digital Life Through the Eyes of a Child

Buying credit card numbers with high credit limits must be so much easier than going through the hassle of having good credit, applying for credit cards, getting approved, buying stuff, going to work all day/week/month/year/lifetime and making the money necessary to pay the bills. I would think that kind of lifestyle would allow someone to travel the world, eat great food, buy lots of cool art and sip Champaign all day and have a great tan....more

You’re an Internet Celebrity: Deal with It

The quote “15minutes of fame” is about the short-lived media publicity or the celebrity of an individual or phenomenon. The expression was coined by Andy Warhol, who said in 1968 that: “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” Unfortunately, that has evolved into daily fame for many people that, frankly, is bad for public consumption....more