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Solving My Lapse in Language
Aug18

Solving My Lapse in Language

As long as I can remember, I have loved languages. I have been taking Spanish classes since I was in the third grade and can now understand the language fluently. Even though I take Spanish courses every semester, when summer or winter break comes along, my skills usually dip and I am forced to review basic material to build myself back up. So the question is, how does one keep their skills sharp when it’s not necessary to speak...

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Kids and Texting: Helping or Harming Communication?
Mar07

Kids and Texting: Helping or Harming Communication?

Even though we are in a virtual world of texting, video games, social networking, and web communities, what does the future of communication look like for the next generation?

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Government Shutdown Drawing Out Cyber Thieves and Scams
Oct03

Government Shutdown Drawing Out Cyber Thieves and Scams

Watch out for a deluge of online scams promising great deals as a result of the current Government shutdown. They’re promising anything from unbelievably cheap cars to cheap health care plans under the new Affordable Care Act commonly referred to as “Obamacare.”  Online scams are in the form of fake websites, email spammers, and even phone calls or text messages.  The cyber thieves’ goals can be to obtain personal information, credit...

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What Kind of Water Damage Is Covered by Homeowners Insurance?
May13

What Kind of Water Damage Is Covered by Homeowners Insurance?

Most homeowners insurance claims are water related. Yet many policyholders are unaware of what is covered and what is not covered by their homeowners insurance policy. Unfortunately, a lot of confusion and hard feelings result when policyholders try to file a claim only to find out that the damage caused as a result of a water event is not covered or only partially covered by their homeowners policy. It is imperative that...

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Is More Video Surveillance the Answer for Better Security?
Apr30

Is More Video Surveillance the Answer for Better Security?

With the recent bombing at the Boston Marathon there has been a lot of talk in the media the past week about video surveillance and security. The talk ranges from whether we need more video surveillance cameras to increase security and prevent future attacks to a concern about the Government watching our every move and further stepping on our civil liberties. The role of government, the primary role of our government, is to provide...

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