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10 Ways to Keep Your Phone Safe from Theft
Last year, over 2 million Americans had their phones stolen. Phone thefts usually happen in public areas when your guard is down. Luckily, there are simple steps you can take to prevent this from happ...
Trust
As I was trying to log into one of my online accounts, my mind just started to thinking about, "who can we trust?" Who can we trust to hold our sensitive information like our banking, credit cards, so...
Harriet Weston3 days ago
Hounded on All Sides: Freedom in Digital Spaces
The pervasion of mental spaces has increased dramatically over the last decade, particularly with the rise of social media. Most digital spaces have been sold and bought by corporations who push their...
David Wyld4 days ago
Splitting Hairs, Everywhere
I am a football junkie. No, I don’t play fantasy football. No, I’m not a gambler (those casinos in Las Vegas didn’t build the fountains and the pirate ships off the backs of winners!) It’s just an enj...
CosCom Writers5 days ago
Learn How to Steal Facebook Password and How to Protect Your Account
Facebook is one of the most important social networking sites, allowing millions of subscribers to communicate fully with users on the Internet. There is no requirement to become a subscriber. Faceboo...
Lovelli Fuad6 days ago
12 Promising Social Media Platforms Fit for Creatives
If you still haven’t deleted your Facebook account yet, then you probably know that it’s kind of a big deal to be present on social media. Although sometimes social media can feel like antisocial, it ...
An Intro to Ruby, a Newbie-Friendly Programming Language
For those of you who are intimidated by coding, look no further than the hopeful red glimmer in your career-switching horizon. Ruby is your best friend, grasshopper. It's a programming language that i...
The Chicago Computer Club
Let me start this article by telling you what "The Chicago Computer Club" is. The Chicago Computer Club is a mid-level, full-service computer shop. They service, sell, upgrade, secure, and perform regular maintenance on computers in the Greater Chicago Area. They have stores from the far Southside of Chicago to the far Northside the city. They also have a store in Oak Park and one in South Holland. The Chicago Computer Club has been operating in Chicago for many years. I myself was a member and ...