We at ConnectSafely probably won’t nominate these kids for our One Good Thing program but it’s hard not to admire young people who find a niche and then fill it.
By Anne Collier This is a sidebar to my earlier post about social norms as one of the solutions to social cruelty online, zooming in on one form of it. “Revenge
I recently set up a new home office, which not only involved countless trips to Ikea, but also having to deal with ergonomics — something I hadn’t thought much
Symantec is out with a report that raises questions about the safety and security of wearable technology. In a report, How Safe is Your Quantified Self, Symantec
By Anne Collier Presence has never been harder or more needed – in this age of hyper transparency, connection, opinion and information, all in a media environment
EFF’s Privacy Badger for Firefox and Chrome (click here to install) The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF.org) has released its free Privacy Badger plug-in for Firefox
University of California Berkeley (Flickr Creative Commons) This post first appeared on Forbes.com by Larry Magid Congratulations. After a long and sometimes stressful
This post first appeared on Forbes.com By the end of September, Google will no longer label apps as “free” if they allow for in-app purchases. The change will