A Diagnosis From Your Search History?

In the world of online medicine, the ability to create a diagnosis based off of your search history tops the hot topics lists. This concept interests a lot of people, and the logic behind it legitimizes its claims. A Search History Diagnosis? Basis for Thought Think of the last time you experienced an illness symptom. […]

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What are Cookies?

Have you ever searched for something, then clicked to a different website to see advertisements for your searched item on that webpage? It’s no coincidence. It’s because of your cookies, and in this post, we’re going to explore what they are, how they are used, and why you need to be aware. According to WhatAreCookies.com, […]

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Our Kids Online: Building & Protecting Their Digital Footprints

Every parent worries about their child online, and with good reason. With an excess of security and data breaches lately, it’s clear that many adults do not how to properly and/or safely use the Internet. How can we expect our kids, who have so much to learn and much more growing and developing to do, […]

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Online Classes Aren’t As Bad As You Think

A recent survey found that students who have not taken an online course are increasingly interested in the opportunity to do so. These students cited a desire to have more control over their learning and believing that they will get more support from an online teacher. Those surveyed felt that math and foreign language were their top […]

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Why You Should Love Clouds

We love clouds, and we’re not talking cumulonimbus or cirrus. We’re talking cloud services. They’re truly amazing. This month, we’re focusing on clouds. We know the questions you have, and we hope to be able to answer some of these queries. What are they? How can we use them to maximize our potential? Can we […]

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Saving Your Searches: What Recent Google Features Mean For Your Security

This week, Google made it possible for its users to download their search histories. By signing in and accepting the terms and conditions, Google emails you a .zip file with all of your past searches and the date and time it was searched. It sounds cool, but is it worth your risk? First, why has […]

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