Don’t Bite the Phish!

Phishing occurs when a person receives an E-mail message which seems to be from a real company — often, complete with logo — that is really a scam from a third party that wants to compromise your identity and gain access to your accounts. So, don’t bite the fish. Learn more from this infographic.   […]

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A Fun Post: A Talent Agent for Cats

Yes, this title is correct — and based on a front-page story from yesterday’s Wall Street Journal. Somewhere along the line, we try to market virtually anything or anyone (including Grump Cat). Click here to read the article. Click the image of Grumpy Cat to view a cute WSJ video.    

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What Do You Think of This? Nike to Drop Livestrong Shoes and Apparel

In 2012, Lance Armstrong admitted to taking illegal drugs during his once-legendary cycling career. Since then, his popularity has fallen dramatically and every major sponsor has dropped him as an endorser. As a cancer survivor, Armstrong did a lot of good work through the Livestrong Foundation that he founded — and raised a lot of […]

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Facebook Versus Twitter: An Infographic

Take a look at this interesting infographic comparison of the two social media giants.   Facebook vs Twitter – THE FACTS infographic by WickedVouchers.co.uk.      

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How Do You Spend YOUR Time on the Internet?

How does your online behavior compare with other people around the world?   How We Spend Our Time Online: Most Popular Websites infographic     Post suggested by KCJ  

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An Interview with Sir Richard Branson, Entrepreneur

Sir Richard Branson is an iconic entrepreneur who started with $200 and then created an empire that includes hundreds of companies in the Virgin Group. Click on the image of Branson to access several video clips. Sir Richard offers a lot of tips for budding entrepreneurs. Photo by David Shankbone   Post suggested by KCG […]

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In Today’s World, Valuable Data Can Be Found Almost Anywhere

In our new digital world, the amount of data that are available is massive. And such data can sometimes come from unexpected and unusual sources. Consider these observation from Katie Kaye, writing for Advertising Age: “Imagine for a second that you could interview a product. How often is it being used? For how long? And […]

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Great Privacy Tip: How to Go Incognito on Google Chrome

Do you use Google Chrome as your browser? Do you want to browse more privately? If you answered yes to both questions, then keep on reading. A little-known feature of Google Chrome is its “incognito mode.” This is the description of that feature as explained by Google: “For times when you want to browse in stealth […]

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Prof. Joel Evans’ YouTube Channel

As part of my total immersion in social media, I recently decided to set up a Pinterest account and establish my own video channel at YouTube. [As of July 2017], there are more than 40 video clips I have done for Hofstra University to start. So, visit me at Pinterest by clicking the link above […]

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