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Cyberbullying Has Very Little to do with the “Cyber” Part

To begin with, I do not want to be interpreted as not having sympathy for victims of bad behavior. In fact, the whole reason behind my other blog (www.grownuptech.com) is to empower people to make use of technology to increase … Continue reading

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Build It!

If you have a business, you DID build that. Here’s why. Oh, and while I’m at it, I’ll also explain why you have something that you DID build even if you “work for someone else.” Two words. Excellence. Integrity. Nobody … Continue reading

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Do You Have a “Right” to the Internet?

Finland has declared that broadband internet access is a basic fundamental human right, and the United Nations concurs (http://www.forbes.com/sites/randalllane/2011/11/15/the-united-nations-says-broadband-is-basic-human-right/).  [Of course, that the head of one of the unions representing a group who would benefit from a huge government contract … Continue reading

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Trying Something New

I just found Windows Live Writer on my computer.  Okay, I don’t spend a lot of time on my computer for a self-proclaimed techie/geek.  So this is really just a test to see how well it works. I entered the … Continue reading

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