Apps to spy on your childrens mobile phones
Thu, Aug 11th 2016 12:42p Chris Miller We look at the growing number of apps that spy on the mobile phone activity of your children. An increasing number of parents feel the need to spy on their children’s cell phones to keep up with who they talk to and what they share. One thing to remember is that all of the data you are tracking is being sent from your child’s phone to the Internet and then stored there. While all of these services use encryption to store the data, the fear it is out there is always on our mind.
How to create a Pokestop for Pokemon Go. Good for businesses?
Thu, Jul 14th 2016 5:35p Chris Miller I could go into Pokemon Go security or even how to play, but what about creating Pokestops as a way to increase foot traffic to your business? As brought up by a friend during a Facebook posting, a Pokestop can be beneficial.
What is a Pokestop?
As defined by Niantic Labs, a Pokestop is a place to collect items such as Pokeballs, eggs and a ton of other items to help you catch, grow and maintain Pokemon. Sounds simple right? There are so many online resource right now showing you every corne
GoGo Entertainment app review – GoGo quickly away from it
Thu, Jun 23rd 2016 4:16p Chris Miller Many airlines are turning their in-flight entertainment over to GoGo Entertainment (who also controls GoGo Internet in the flights). The use and flow of this application as an entertainment server is horrid. Here is my story.
On a recent American Airlines flight (formerly US Air leg from St Louis to Charlotte) I noticed all the in seat music was disabled. The magazine and agents directed me to the GoGo Internet to then hook into the GoGo Entertainment to get the music, movies and TV shows. I pre
Podcasting and Videocasting with WordPress at Wordcamp 2016 in St Louis
Tue, May 17th 2016 12:58p Chris Miller This is Podcasting and Videocasting using WordPress from WordCamp 2016 in St Louis
Psst … How’d you like to be a famous podcaster? Even better, a famous videocaster?
Well, before you can produce, you’re gonna need to procure.
But what, exactly? What tools? Services? Hardware? Of course, you’ll be using WordPress.
But that’s just the beginning. Let’s cover the basics of:
Hosting media files.
And the specific tools you’ll need to lo
Opt Out from Behavioral Online Advertising with tools
Wed, Mar 30th 2016 4:49p Chris Miller Interest and online behavior advertising inundates us daily when websites use your browsing history to predict what ads you should see. Luckily, there are some free tools with participating advertisers that allow you to opt out. The advertisers in question dig into your life, peeking into your browser cookies so they can tell where you recently visited and what may entice you into clicking more ads.
The Digital Alliance Advertising Consumer Choice page allows you to view over 125 participating a
You Are the Key: Unlocking the Door Through Social Selling book review
Mon, Mar 14th 2016 12:02p Chris Miller I read You Are the Key: Unlocking the Door Through Social Selling cover to cover as someone that is very familiar with the content and their goals. If I stepped back and looked at it from a new comer to the ideas of using social networks as a social selling tool, they cover the basics very thoroughly and then get a bit lighter in the actual selling.
The book only has one flaw that got in my way an that was the breaking up of the networks across the chapters causing them to repeat themselves. I t