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Mother and Infant Bonding

A few years ago I discovered the work of Joseph Chilton Pearce in Biophile magazine, now out of print. Here’s an import video for mothers and “This brief nine minute program may be the most important you, as a mother, father or caregiver, will ever see. Bonding is much more than what we ‘think.’ It…

Avoid Fake Registry Mechanic Security Scans

Symantec was sued by a Washington resident for running fake scans to get people to pay for subscriptions to PC Tools’s Registry Mechanic, Performance Toolkit, and Norton Utilities The lawsuit claims the company intentionally ran the fake scans and the results were not real. Norton Anti-Virus is a dog, so it behaves like one. We…

Using open source stock photos

  Showing my ART100 students how to search the stock.xchng and save the correct information for attribution. Source : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOmJuaQtIbU

Social Networking: A Threat to Children If Not Monitored

There are many advantages that lay behind the use of social networking. Not only is it convenient but it also helps build and maintain relationships amongst friends and family. It is convenient in the sense that it is cost friendly (depending on how often you use it), easy to access and as technology is updated…

Women Turned Off by Smartphone Apps

This story got our attention because it presents significant risk to single women. After researching online dating since 2004 we have confirmed that using technology for dating is biased towards men and this increases significantly in big cities. Anyway decide for yourself after reading this: People have long looked to computers to meet potential dates.…