Pathgather Raises Looks To Bring Social Networking To Learning Management

24 11 2014

Healthcare’s Big Data Opportunity

21 11 2014

Netflix Will Expand To Australia And New Zealand In March 2015

20 11 2014

TC Droidcast Episode 27: Nexus 6 Is Too Big And Nokia N1 Is Too iPad

20 11 2014

The Physical Benefits of Gaming

16 11 2014

The Comic-Verse: Awesome Art & The Top 15 Featured Links (11/01/14-11/06/14)

16 11 2014

The Speech Bubble


Welcome to The Comic-Verse, a feature that is all about sharing and promoting content. Not only will you find links to the very best comic-related posting each week from my fellow WordPress bloggers but you’ll also be treated to art from one talented individual. It is all about spreading the word while also honoring those people who tirelessly work away on blogs of their very own. So sit back and enjoy!


The Top 15 comic-related postings of the Week

House of Flying Scalpels
The Theatre List 29/10 – Wait! What do you mean no Marvel?

X-Men comics (November 5 2014)

Arousing Grammar
Catwoman & Matches Malone fight crime

Modern Mythologies
Retro Review: Blue Beetle #1 (1967) – “Who is the Question?”

Amazing Spider-Man 9 review


The Telltale Mind
Mind Capsules – Amazing Spider-Man #9 and Men of Wrath #2

Nothing But Comics!
Red Skull, Captain America & How They Came to Be

Sidekick Reviews
The Walking Dead…

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One Thing You Should Do Today Kat Popovic

12 11 2014


According to a recent Consumer Reports survey, despite the high-profile security breaches in the last year (think Target, Heartbleed) which have given us a case of generalized digital anxiety, 62% of online consumers have done nothing to protect their privacy on the InternetOne Thing You Should Do Today image ConsumerReportsJuly2014 248x300, a reaction Consumer Reports calls:

“a combination of fatalism and paralysis.”

I know I’ve felt that way: there is so much risk, what could I possibly do that would make a difference? And even if I could do something, where would I start? Change all my passwords? Cancel my credit cards? Stop using wi-fi? (HA! As if.) Ok maybe I could do one of those things… tomorrow.

As a freelancer or small business owner, you probably feel the same way. You’re using lots of SaaS apps because they are awesome, and they make your business even more awesome, and you are cutting edge. It…

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